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Way Huge Saffron Squeeze MkII

Way Huge Saffron Squeeze MkII

Twenty years after its launch, the Way Huge Saffron Squeeze compressor has been improved upon. Doing fierce business with an already spectacular product line,...
Vox’s AC10C1

Vox’s AC10C1

Few amps give such an instant jolt of history as a Vox. The golden nameplate, that distinctive crisscross speaker fabric, that black or fawn...
Airline Bojotar

Airline Bojotar

There’s something about the Airline Bojotar that makes one ask, “What if Keef had added a high-G banjo string to the bass side of...
Carvin’s GH24 Greg Howe Signature

Carvin’s GH24 Greg Howe Signature

After decades of jumping from one guitar manufacturer to another, Greg Howe recently began working with Carvin (more specifically, Kiesel) on a signature guitar....
Magnets and Magic The PAF – Yesterday, Today

Magnets and Magic

When it came to launching a solidbody electric guitar, Fender beat Gibson to the punch with its Broadcaster model in 1950. Big G, though,...
ASIA Symposium

The ASIA Symposium

As much a celebration of kinship as it is an educational forum, the biannual Association of Stringed Instrument Artisans (ASIA) Symposium, held at East...
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Gittler Classic

The Gittler guitar was invented in the late 1970s by Allan Gittler, whose vision to reduce the guitar to its most essential elements led...
Danelectro Baby Sitar Home Feature Image

Danelectro Baby Sitar

Legend has it that during a break in the filming of Help!, George Harrison picked up a sitar left behind by the prop men...
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Teye Super Coyote

Teije Wijnterp has been around. Born in the Netherlands, he studied flamenco guitar in Spain before relocating to Austin and eventually joining Joe Ely’s...
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Larry Alan Guitars’ The Harlot

Hot idea: pack a sturdy-yet-petite 1590B casing with specially selected parts rendering a powerful, variable guitar overdrive, add a couple of vintage-look knobs, a...
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