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Fifteen new signature guitars that can help you channel the spirit of your favorite ax slinger.
The Fender Custom Shop introduces five new models to its 2012 Limited Collection.
Oktober Guitars and Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein announce the DevilWing bass.
The Shuttle 9.0 sets a new standard for high-powered, low-weight bass amplification, with proven Shuttle tone, flexibility and portability.
The Eastwood Airline Map bass is an ultra-cool looker that has all the charm and tone of a retro classic with dependable modern construction.
The Fender Bassman TV Series amps deliver good old-fashioned tone with modern dependability.
The Ampeg BA600-210 has lots of oomph for an amp in its size and weight class.
The 25th has the classic tones covered and much more, in a very sexy package, while the Big Al redefines how a Music Man bass looks and sounds, and is potentially a classic in its own right.
AmpliTube Fender not only captures those classic, highly sought-after tones in perfect detail but also duplicates more elusive attributes, like character and feel.
The Stargazer-4 may seem like a well-thought out amalgamation of several popular bass features, but the sum is even greater than the individual parts.
The M288 is an excellent octave pedal full of thick-and-juicy analog goodness.
In a world where everything is getting smaller, it’s nice to see a company think big. For 2009, Boss has expanded its lineup with the TU-1000 Professional Stage Tuner.
Nothing looks, feels and plays like a broken-in guitar. You just know it’s seen some action (unlike yourself, big boy).
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