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PGs "Stompboxtension" Day #1 features a giveaway from Toadworks. Enter now for your chance to win a Pipeline!

Today's giveaway is the Pipeline. from Toadworks!

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Don't forget to come back tomorrow to enter for another chance to win a pedal during Stompboxtober!

Congratulations to our Stompboxtober winners!

Scotty Davis of Rome, GA - Analog Man Astro Tone
William Ridenour of Texas City, TX - Ibanez Tube King
Elroy Shelley of Brookfield, WI - Providence Chrono Delay
Thomas Schoener of Holland, PA - Xotic Effects EP Booster
Valdis Atvars of Redmond, WA - Carl Martin Classic Flange
Daniel Buckingham of Kansas City, KS - Strymon El Capistan
Gary Frisbie of Beaumont, CA - Gig-FX Chopper
James Finch of Pompano Beach, FL - TC Electronic PolyTune
Todd Smith of La Vista, NE - MOD Kits DIY The Verb
John Fenn of Eugene, OR - Source Audio Hot Hands Flanger/Phaser
David Windhorst of Travelers Rest, SC - Jack DeVille Buzzmaster
Danny Williams of Claremore, OK - Boss TU-3
Taylor Roorda of Marion, ND - Custom Guitar Gear Jekeko Wah
Joe Queen of Boise, ID - DLS Effects Ultra Chorus II
Chris Franhauser of Kalamazoo, MI - Dememter Compulator Pro
Geoff Shrieves of Greeley, CO - Arion Tubulator
James Regan of Napa, CA - Tech 21 Leeds
Jim Woods of Nashville, TN - Peterson StroboStomp 2
Matthew Scialdone of Raleigh, NC - JC95 Jerry Cantrell Wah
Daniel Coakley of Alexandria, VA - Morley Accu-Tuner
Justin Craig of Russelville, AR - Harman Hardwire CM-2 Tube Overdrive
Jesse Vulkas of toms River, NJ - Sonic Edge J&J Overdrive
Robert Read of Mount Prospect, IL - Hartman Analog Flanger
Jamie Kyllo of Albert Lea, MN - Lovepedal Kalamazoo
Gino Ames of Hope, ME - Tortuga Neptune
Andrew Oberg of Berryville, AR - Seymour Duncan Double Back Compressor
Tom Tracy of Lumberport, WV - Visual Sound Double Trouble
Joe Edillon of Las Vegas.NV - ProCo Sound Rat Reissue
Nick Daugherty of Mason City, Ia - Ernie Ball VP Jr.

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The 1950s were a peculiar time for the electric guitar. Innovators, designers, and tinkerers were pushing the boundaries of the instrument, while musicians were experimenting with various playing techniques and sounds. There was an evolution of sorts (or de-evolution, depending on your slant) from solidbody “sit-down” guitars, like pedal and lap steels, to “stand-up” or “upright” solidbody electrics. If you look at an early Fender catalog—let’s say from 1953—you’ll see the Telecaster (and Esquire), the Precision Bass, and then a whole bunch of steel guitars. There was a shift underway, and many manufacturers began to blur the lines of what a guitar should look, sound, and play like.

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