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Reviews, VHT »

Tuesday, June 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

With its “essentials only” approach and mod friendly construction (not to mention great tones), VHT’s Special 6 has generated a bit of a cult following. I gave it a very positive review with my only small concern being the amount of volume necessary to get significant breakup was g... [More]

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Douglas, Reviews »

Tuesday, June 7, 2011 | 1 Comments

As you’ve probably read before, I’m a sucker for a semi-hollow...and that goes double for thinline Tele style guitars. Something about the design reaches deep down into my soul and makes my heart skip a beat. So when Rondo recently added the Douglas Gravity NT FMP90 to its inventory...we... [More]

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Line 6, Reviews »

Monday, January 31, 2011 | 1 Comments

If my memory serves me well, Line 6 was the first company to actually advertise the actual name of the amps they modeled. They even took it a step farther claiming to not model based on schematics or theoretical, but discussing and describing specific amps to which they painstakingly compared in ord... [More]

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Artec, Reviews »

Monday, January 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

Artec Duo Drive, Twin Head, and Cool Drive   While the brand Artec isn’t exactly a household name with most guitarists, they are a fairly well known brand in Asia and parts of Europe, In fact, you might actually be using one of their products already as Artec is a OEM supplier of pickups ... [More]

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Electro Harmonix, Reviews »

Sunday, December 5, 2010 | 0 Comments

I’ve gone in and out of experimental phases in my years of playing and am always on the lookout for unique effects which can scratch that itch. When I heard the out of this world tones from the Freeze/Gliss effects of the Electro Harmonix HOG (Harmonic Octave Generator), G.A.S. immediately ens... [More]

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Visual Sound, Reviews »

Sunday, November 7, 2010 | 0 Comments

When Reverend Guitars introduced the original Drivetrain around 2000, the pedal generated a bunch of buzz. This was really a “boutique” pedal before “boutique” was cool. The classic pedal has since been long discontinued until Visual Sound launched their GrarageTone line at N... [More]

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ZT Amplifiers, Reviews »

Sunday, October 24, 2010 | 0 Comments

Like its smaller brother the ZT Lunchbox, The Club looks too small to be even functional given the size of its speaker! I mean, at 14" x 15" x 9.25" it looks more like the boxes 12 inch speakers are delivered in than a full blown amp. Consequentially, it's much denser than one might expect so while ... [More]