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They’ve upped their game in recent years and are making really good stuffs. Too bad resale value (or lack thereof) has always been a factor for many potential buyers.

Let’s hope people will change their mindset when it comes to brands that are outside of the (perceived) elite circle.

Covers of great songs—as just about every tribute record proves—are a tough business. You can buy a tribute to a favorite artist or band, full of artists and/or bands you might love, and still come away with maybe one or two truly memorable (in a good way) versions. Guest blogger Rob Roberge picks some of […]

Guest blogger Michael Wright remembers the Guild S-200, an unpopular model when it was first released but now quite desirable model that inspired the now-sold out Eastwood Custom Shop S-200. This model is also a reminder of the era when the acoustic sounds of folk music gave way to electric guitars… Where were you when […]

Guest blogger Michael Wright tells us about his favourite Heavy Metal “shredding guitar”. Never mind he can’t shred… he still thinks this Ibanez RS540S Pro-Line Saber is awesome! Back at the beginning of the 1980s I became enamored of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal (I didn’t make that up; that’s what it was called) […]

Ahead of an European tour to celebrate the life and work of David Bowie, we had a little chat with Lodger and Sound + Vision guitarist Adrian Belew – a guitar legend in his own right. If you know anything about music and great guitarists, you’ll know that Adrian Belew is one of the most […]

Swedish brand Hagstrom is a familiar name for most players interested in vintage and rare guitars. But most of them probably know little about this Patch 2000 model. Guest blogger Michael Wright sheds some light on this obscure guitar. When I pick up a guitar to plunk on these days, 99% of the time it’s […]

We just LOVE fuzz pedals, don’t we? They are pretty much the most “classic” of all guitar fx pedals: one of the earliest types of effect, used on several seminal recordings from the Sixties, and still popular today. But  one question remains: WHAT are the best fuzz pedals, ever? The history of fuzz is suitably… fuzzy! […]

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They’ve upped their game in recent years and are making really good stuffs. Too bad resale value (or lack thereof) has always been a factor for many potential buyers.

Let’s hope people will change their mindset when it comes to brands that are outside of the (perceived) elite circle.

Covers of great songs—as just about every tribute record proves—are a tough business. You can buy a tribute to a favorite artist or band, full of artists and/or bands you might love, and still come away with maybe one or two truly memorable (in a good way) versions. Guest blogger Rob Roberge picks some of […]

Guest blogger Michael Wright remembers the Guild S-200, an unpopular model when it was first released but now quite desirable model that inspired the now-sold out Eastwood Custom Shop S-200. This model is also a reminder of the era when the acoustic sounds of folk music gave way to electric guitars… Where were you when […]

Guest blogger Michael Wright tells us about his favourite Heavy Metal “shredding guitar”. Never mind he can’t shred… he still thinks this Ibanez RS540S Pro-Line Saber is awesome! Back at the beginning of the 1980s I became enamored of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal (I didn’t make that up; that’s what it was called) […]

Ahead of an European tour to celebrate the life and work of David Bowie, we had a little chat with Lodger and Sound + Vision guitarist Adrian Belew – a guitar legend in his own right. If you know anything about music and great guitarists, you’ll know that Adrian Belew is one of the most […]

Swedish brand Hagstrom is a familiar name for most players interested in vintage and rare guitars. But most of them probably know little about this Patch 2000 model. Guest blogger Michael Wright sheds some light on this obscure guitar. When I pick up a guitar to plunk on these days, 99% of the time it’s […]

We just LOVE fuzz pedals, don’t we? They are pretty much the most “classic” of all guitar fx pedals: one of the earliest types of effect, used on several seminal recordings from the Sixties, and still popular today. But  one question remains: WHAT are the best fuzz pedals, ever? The history of fuzz is suitably… fuzzy! […]

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They’ve upped their game in recent years and are making really good stuffs. Too bad resale value (or lack thereof) has always been a factor for many potential buyers.

Let’s hope people will change their mindset when it comes to brands that are outside of the (perceived) elite circle.

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