Cordoba is pleased to introduce two new 55FCE models, a refreshed “blanca” and a limited edition “negra” featuring exotic woods. Cordoba’s 55FCE Thinbody model has been a mainstay in its catalog for years, a stage-ready flamenco guitar popularized by the Gipsy Kings.
Due to the popular demand for channel switching amps, Park introduces the Rock Head 50, a channel-switching version of its high-quality, big tone, hand-wired amplifiers. Based on the vintage Park Rock Head from the 1970s, the new Rock Head 50 offers what original 1970s Master Volume amps never offered; channel switching with both great clean and overdrive sounds with independent controls of levels.
Due to the popular demand for lower-powered amps, Park introduces the Little Head 18, a smaller, lower-powered version of its high-quality, big tone, hand-wired amplifiers. The Park Little Head 18 features the same preamp and cathode follower driven tone stack as the Park 45.
To celebrate these two momentous occasions, Marshall released the Silver Jubilee Series of amps, clad in silver vinyl. Of these critically acclaimed offerings, the 100 Watt 2555 stack quickly become one of Marshall’s most popular and significant products. It was adopted by countless artists, including Jore Bonamassa and Slash.
The new Marshall Astoria Series of all-tube (3 or 4 x ECC83 (12AX7), 1 x GZ34 rectifier, 2 x KT66) amplifiers consists of three models—Classic, Custom and Dual—each available as a 30 Watt 1x12" combo or a 30 Watt head. Each model also has a matching 1x12" cabinet option loaded with a custom-voiced, 75 Watt, Celestion Creamback speaker—the same speaker as in the combo.
In this new video posted by Candyrat Records, guitarist Luca Stricagnoli—who has been featured on GuitarWorld.com several times in the past—plays his own arrangement of Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine."