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The Orange Acoustic Pedal

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Since the dawn of amplification, engineers have sought a better mousetrap – a more-transparent signal chain that preserves signal and adds less noise. With...

Boss’ SD-1-4A Super Overdrive

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Boss’ SD-1 has 40 candles on its cake and the company is celebrating with the SD-1-4A, a new Super Overdrive has a swank finish...

The Grez Mendocino Junior

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Luthier Barry Grzebik was a Jersey boy who moved to NorCal in his teens. When he began building guitars, he was inspired by the...

The Rivolta Combinata Bass VII

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Rivolta’s Combinata VII bass takes ideas from Rickenbacker, Höfner, and various European builders lost to history and wraps them into a four-string with a...

The PRS HX 50 and HX 2×12 Cabinet

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Paul Reed Smith has earned a reputation building guitars of the highest quality. It wasn’t until just over a decade ago he tried his...

Martin’s DJr-10E StreetMaster

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The big, booming dreadnought has been a Martin hallmark since its debut in the 1930s. From that tradition comes Martin’s Dreadnought Junior, a smaller,...

The Walrus Audio ACS1

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From worship services and home-recording where volume is an issue to fly-in shows where a full rig is impossible, amp modeling has many applications....

Fender’s Jason Isbell Custom Telecaster

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Fender can’t guarantee its Jason Isbell Custom Tele will instill every player with Isbell’s talent for songcraft, but it sure does put his range...

Marshall’s DSL1C

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For those who love classic British tone, nothing beats the sound of a Marshall stack cranked to 10. Unfortunately, unless you live on a...

Harmony Comet

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Whoever coined the phrase “Everything old is new again” knew what they were talking about. The resurrected Harmony brand, associated decades ago with budget...