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ZT Amplifiers, Reviews »

Sunday, October 24, 2010 | 0 Comments

ZT Amplifiers Head to Head by Will Chen Who’s better? Who’s best? As with all things, application must be considered. From an all around utility perspective, the ZT Lunchbox is really in a category all to itself. The company claims it’s the smallest amp capable of gig-worthy volum... [More]

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ZT Amplifiers, Reviews »

Sunday, October 24, 2010 | 0 Comments

For many of us, the huge stacks of the days of yore are overkill to the nth degree. We yearn for a compact solution for grab and go jams and the less than arena (ie coffee house and/or restaurant) sized venues we play. Others love the variety of dirtboxes and effects on the market and are searching ... [More]

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Digitech, Reviews »

Sunday, October 24, 2010 | 0 Comments

Sometimes Frugal means downright inexpensive. Digitech’s Hot Head Distortion pedal runs a smooth fifty dollars, budgeted within the means of any guitarist considering buying a first pedal – and I imagine that’s partly the intention, getting the attention of people who aren’t ... [More]

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Digitech, Reviews »

Monday, September 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

I can still remember the first time I listened to Steve Vai’s Passion and Warefare album. I was only 15 and had been playing guitar roughly 4 years and that album opened my eyes (or ears as it was) to a completely different approach to guitar. One in which the instrument was not limited by the... [More]

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Ibanez, Reviews »

Monday, September 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

Ibanez first released the Artcore line in 2002 as an affordable alternative to their Artstar line for those seeking hollow and semi-hollow guitars. The line has since been a huge success and Ibanez has continued to expand it with seemingly endless variants on the semi-hollow and hollow body theme, b... [More]

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MOEN, Reviews »

Monday, September 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

While multi effects processors can offer a great advantage over individual pedals in terms of versatility and bang for your buck, many complain this is accomplished by sacrificing tone and often requiring significant programming and planning to get the fullest tones out of one. One the other hand, s... [More]

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Luna, Reviews »

Sunday, August 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

In my humble opinion, there’s little sexier in the world of guitars than f-holes. Something about semi hollow guitars just really turns me on. Lately, I’ve been searching for a smaller bodied semi hollow than the typical imported Gibson 335 tributes which have been flooding the market wh... [More]