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Arbor, Reviews »

Saturday, February 28, 2009 | 0 Comments

One of my contributions to this Telecaster roundup is the Arbor AS340, one of my favorite guitars. A little research reveals Arbor guitars are imported and distributed by South Carolina based Musicorp, LLC which also distributes Dean, Luna, Barcus Berry, J.B. Player, and J. Reynolds products. I foun... [More]

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Fender, Reviews »

Saturday, February 28, 2009 | 0 Comments

I'd like to jump right in to the review, but because this is a pre-release beta version of the software I do have to say that while it was very stable and, as you will see below, sounded very polished indeed to me, there is the possibility that something or things could be changed in the final versi... [More]

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Tradition, Reviews »

Saturday, February 28, 2009 | 0 Comments

[youtube:hYr7Z6cceX4] I ran into the Tradition Jerry Reid Signature Pro quite by accident and kismet. I had been looking at Tradition guitars and found the Jerry Reid line to be really appealing. I wanted a guitar that would define my playing and give me access to many different tones and this guita... [More]

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Fuzzhugger Effects, Reviews »

Saturday, February 28, 2009 | 0 Comments

One wonders when approaching a new fuzz whether or not it could really be all that new. After all, fuzz pedals were among the first noisemakers that guitarists entertained themselves with, and even electric guitar antiquity is riddled with the designs of various fuzz manufacturers. And yet there is ... [More]

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AXL, Reviews »

Saturday, February 28, 2009 | 0 Comments

In November of 2008, I reviewed an AXL Badwater Jacknife and was impressed with their unique take on the modern distressed trend. The SE (Special Edition) line of Badwater guitars is a limited run with enhanced cosmetics, furthering the already cool distressed appeal. The AXL Badwater Eldorado SE fe... [More]

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Articles »

Saturday, February 28, 2009 | 0 Comments

The year was 1949 and Leo Fender and just built his first prototype guitar named the Esquire. The production version was offered in single and dual pickup configuration with the dual verions initially dubed the Broadcaster. In 1951, a law suit was filed claiming the Broadcaster name infringed upon t... [More]

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Main Street, Reviews »

Saturday, February 28, 2009 | 7 Comments

Main Street is an almost completely unknown name in guitars, offering a variety of Chinese imports through a handful of online retailers and eBay. In fact, I couldn’t find any information on who actually distributes these guitars in America and was unable to find a website for the company. I&r... [More]