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Gretsch will officially unveil two new Tom Petersson signature bass models, and additional limited edition models, during the Summer NAMM show this week in Nashville.
You might recall that a while back we shared a video demonstrating how an electric guitar sounds when plugged into a chain of 100 effect pedals.
EVH has announced the all-new 5150IIIS 100S EL34 Head and matching 5150IIIS EL34 412ST Cabinet, as well as two new models to its Wolfgang Special lineup. Here are the factoids!
Modulation is a pristine effect. It’s subtle, not overly aggressive and best employed when it doesn’t substantially alter your raw tone. Distortion is different. While often loud and aggressive,...
Black Cat Pedals is pleased to announce the Monster K-Fuzz stompbox, the latest edition of the veteran pedal maker's uniquely hotrodded version of the '60s Kay Fuzztone.
Fans attending Dead & Company concerts this summer have a chance to take home unique, hand-painted guitars signed by the entire band, commemorating historic venues on their tour.
Converse has unveiled the final version of a new Chuck Taylor sneaker with something special built into it just for guitarists.
Here’s a new video, uploaded June 15, featuring Paul Gilbert demoing the new Philosopher's Tone Micro pedal from Pigtronix.
Hand-built in Nashville, TN, The foot-switchable Citizen Gain CSR boasts American clean and British crunch with studio-quality reverb.
Park Amplification announces the Big Note 100, a massive sounding 100 watt, dual KT88 guitar amplifier that offers bold clean tones and classic overdrive.
Park introduces the Little Rock 18, a finely tuned, higher gain, rockin' version of the Park Little Head.
In an effort to produce the definitive small tube amp for recording and home use, Colby introduces the “Lil’ Darlin” — a 5 watt combo with both great clean and OD sounds.