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The definitive guide to Kurt Cobain's pawn shop prizes, stomp boxes and blown woofers.
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The 50th anniversary Jazz Bass is a beautifully put together example of one of the world’s favorite basses.
The AC4TVH head and V112TV cab combination provides the big sound that has made low-powered vintage amps many guitarists’ favorite secret weapons.
If you truly want to sound like a pro, the Eventide Eclipse is highly recommended.
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The Prestige's Classic is one of the most interesting and playable adaptations of the singlecut mahogany theme.
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