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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.
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).
The BB714BS is a solid, well-built ax with a rock and roll attitude.
For a beginning player, you can’t do better for the money than Squier’s Classic Vibe Series basses.
If you're a fuzz lover, the El Grande will fulfill your desire for the gnarly drone of transistors melting.
If you play long hours on your feet, or just want a cool-looking bass that has great tone (and lights!), the A2 is well worth considering.
Snap Jack provides the sound quality of a premium cable and its rugged design can withstand years of bumbling mishaps.
“SHREDNECK” MAY SOUND like a Yiddish curse word, but it’s actually a cool new product designed to help you warm up and practice when it’s not convenient to haul around a guitar.
These basses are clearly designed and built with a craftsman's sense of pride, and painstaking, unsurpassed attention to detail.
If you're looking for a rock-solid, high-quality combo amp, or if you just like to separate yourself from the crowd, you should check out the Suitcase.
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