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Guild Aristocrat HH

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Since its arrival in 1954, the chambered Guild Aristocrat and it's later solid cousin, the Bluesbird, have offered an alternative to the single-cutaway Les...

Garage Guru

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The original Epiphone Crestwood was built at Gibson’s Kalamazoo factory, alongside Les Pauls and other ’50s classics. A double-cut solid-body, it appeared a full...

Fret-King Esprit III

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What do you get when you cross a Gibson Explorer with a Fender offset and Firebird vibe? The answer is the Fret-King Esprit III,...

SoloDallas Schaffer Replica Tower

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There should be a hall of fame of gear that’s famous for “lateral applications” – that is, features and functions beyond their original creation....

Retro and Wonderful

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The Mainframe Bit Crusher is a nasty little pedal that warps, mangles, distorts and produces lo-fi digital sounds and trippy sci-fi gizmo textures reminiscent...

Altamira TD Birdseye Oval Hole

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Altamira Guitars has made a specialty of classical nylon-string, replica, and gypsy-jazz guitars. The latter are created with the same meticulous methods and craftsmanship...

JHS 3 Series

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JHS’ seven new 3 Series pedals strip away cosmetics and frills. History has told us that simple pedal designs can sacrifice key elements. Is...

Cicognani Pompeii PP603

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Cicognani Engineering has been making noise with a terrific lineup of amps and effects, earning raves from notable artists like Robben Ford, Kee Marcello,...

BSM RM Majestic Treble Booster

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Germany’s BSM is among the rare specialist among modern stompbox builders; their focus is one thing – making treble boosters (albeit in a variety...

Eastman MD515

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Guitarists can expand their instrumental range in several ways, from bass to banjo and even the diminutive mandolin, where guitar-like shredding and strumming (the...