Monthly Archives: September 2013

Traveler Guitar Offers AG-105EQ

Traveler Guitar’s AG-105EQ is a portable acoustic guitar with full scale length, a custom-designed EQ with tuner and headphone amp, 1/8” auxiliary input, and...

Siegmund Introduces Micro Tube Spring Reverb

Siegmund’s Micro Tube Spring Reverb is a transformerless stand-alone unit that uses a musically balanced circuit that enhances the reverb springs with natural response from...

The Budda Twinmaster

In the early days of boutique-amp building, there were but a few contenders on the scene. One of the strongest amplifiers in those days...

SpiderCapo Offers Twist

SpiderCapo’s six independent fingers make it possible for a player to employ multiple tunings within a song, and use open tunings and barre chords...

Dominick Montuoro, Noted Danelectro Collector, Passes

Dominick Montuoro, a noted authority and collector of Danelectro guitars, passed away September 11 at his home in Florida. He was 72. Montuoro began collecting guitars in...

Doug Doppler

Doug Doppler recalls how, at age five, his first swimming lesson fell on the same day as his first guitar lesson. Beyond mere coincidence,...

Gibson’s “Non-Reverse” ’Birds

In the ’60s, Gibson strived mightily to meet the demands of players of all levels while also working to maintain its image as industry...

Red Fang

Throughout 10 pummeling tracks, the Portland, Oregon-based Red Fang demonstrates everything that is right with heavy metal today, displaying an excellent array of influences,...

Cimarron Guitars’ Model P

Cimarron Guitars has being making custom instruments since 1978 in the dry, mild climate of southwest Colorado. The company’s Model P guitar gets its name...
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