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Reviews, Parker »

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

I still remember the first time I heard of Parker guitars. It was a TV show I loved as a kid called Beyond 2000 which featured cutting edge technology and innovative engineering. I must admit not exactly warming to the unique upper bout but seeing the guitar carved our of a single piece of wood by a... [More]

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Reviews, Logidy »

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

Logidy originally created the EPSi pedal to allow guitarist's to add a convolution based reverb to their pedalboard. However shortly after their product announcement, the company was inundated with inquiries of using the pedal to run IRs (impulse responses) of guitar cabinets. Within a few weeks, fi... [More]

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Reviews, Digitech »

Thursday, January 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Digitech's RP360XP is the second in the latest line of effect units featuring Digitech's AudioDNA II processor.  From a product family perspective, it is the replacement of their RP355 unit and aimed at maximizing features into a compact and affordable floorboard. So is the RP360XP a next gener... [More]

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Reviews, Electro Harmonix »

Thursday, January 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

There are a great many mythical pieces of guitar gear, but perhaps none more idolized among dirt box lovers than the Klon Centaur. It's limited supply has driven the prices as high as $2,000 USD. Even boutique clones can get several hundred dollars. When I heard Electro Harmonix was releasing a Klon... [More]

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Reviews, Zoom »

Thursday, July 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Ah, the stomp box. I remember when I got my first. It was a Boss analog delay. I sat with that pedal for hours experimenting with it's three knobs wrangling all kinds or odd sounds out of it. "If only I could store two different settings" I dreamed...Flash forward 20+ years and the amount of power c... [More]

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Reviews, T-Rex »

Thursday, January 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Seems these days exclusive runs of gear at retailers is becoming more and more prevalent. Pair that trend with boutique pedal trends, and the concepts were sure to collide at a Guitar Center near you sooner or later. Denmark based T-Rex partnered with Guitar Center in late 2011 to release an exclusi... [More]

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Reviews, Electro Harmonix »

Friday, September 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

In the old days to be heard in a band setting, you had to drag out a large amp. Often said amp was heavy enough to warrant the liberal use of casters and/or a dolly loading it into/out of rehearsals. Modern advances in Class D power amplifier design (read more about the technology here) have shrunk ... [More]