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Classic Instruments

Classic Instruments

Gibson EH-150

Introduction Gibson's E-150/EH-150 amplifiers have long been regarded as the quintessential pre-WWII model, one of the most influential and recognizable amps of all time. ...

Gibson ES-357

In June of 1984 trucks came to take most of the machines out of Gibson's historic Kalamazoo, Michigan factory and move them down to...

Fender Prototypes

Philip Kubicki has been active in the music industry for over 30 years. He began building acoustic guitars at age 15. At...

Bill Gruggett

The agrarian area of California that includes such cities as Bakersfield and Tulare has a special significance to country music lovers and guitar lovers...

Fender Aluminum

Part of the guitar collector's creed (an unwritten, unofficial entity, to be sure) includes axioms such as "Beauty is in the eye of the...

Antonio de Torres

To date, I have covered most of the major schools of guitar construction/design, and some of their contributions to the evolution of the gut/nylon-string...

Bay State Parlor Guitar

The parlor guitar. Designed by Mr. Parlor? No. First manufactured by the Parlor, Inc? No. Endorsed by the well-known...

Travis Bean Interview

"Bean is Back!" proclaimed the signs at a recent California guitar show. Indeed, Travis Bean, builder of the short-lived-but-legendary '70s instruments that...

Carvin Factory Tour

Imagine a company that builds 600 high-quality guitars and basses per month, with a normal backorder count of 700. "Well, that's okay..." some...

Travis Bean Interview

"Bean is Back!" proclaimed the signs at a recent California guitar show. Indeed, Travis Bean, builder of the short-lived-but-legendary '70s instruments that...
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VG Giveaways

Giveaway #165

Enter to win a set of Electro-Harmonix Pedals valued at $480! Slammi Plus - This polyphonic powerhouse flawlessly transposes your pitch in two different directions...
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