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Fifteen new signature guitars that can help you channel the spirit of your favorite ax slinger.
The definitive guide to Kurt Cobain's pawn shop prizes, stomp boxes and blown woofers.
Guitar World presents a history of the ever-popular phenomenon of signature guitars.
“The artwork tells the story of King Tut's resurrection,” Scott McMahon says.
All the hallmarks of a great Marshall’s tone are in this amp.
Fender's latest Band-Master recreates all of the best tones from the past with improved, modern gain and effects.
The Diamond Nitrox a no-compromise amp that makes no excuses and takes no prisoners.
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.
The Gibson Custom Shop Angus Young SG and Gibson USA Angus Young SG are two of the companies new offerings.
Traynor's YCS50H amp head and YCS412VA cabinet offer a wide variety of tones for the guitarist on a budget.
AmpliTube Fender not only captures those classic, highly sought-after tones in perfect detail but also duplicates more elusive attributes, like character and feel.
If you love EMG sounds but want more control over output and response, the X Series is for you.
Peavey's Void III gives true metallists everything they could ever want in a guitar.
Whereas many earlier portable recorders were more of a convenient compromise, the H4n overcomes most of those drawbacks to offer truly professional sound quality and exceptional ease of use for a truly attractive price.
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