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Tuesday December 12, 2017. 08:00 PM
The smoother side of fuzz rears its head in this interpretation of an Eastern-Bloc Big Muff.
A sonic re-creation of the legendary Trainwreck Express amplifier.
The original circuitry has been faithfully re-created while several practical enhancements have been added including a compact, die-cast chassis and true-bypass switching.
The blues guitar hero shares a track from his upcoming album—and the Tao of the wah-wah according to Tom Dowd.
Monday December 11, 2017. 10:58 PM
The limited-edition model features ±15dB of gain with a two-band active EQ.
The tool includes both metric and standard wrench sizes.
Watch PG's maestro John Bohlinger get wild and trippy with the versatile tone warper from down under.
Who needs tonewood? We’ve got fiberglass, baby!
Sunday December 10, 2017. 12:00 PM
Love it or hate it, tech is part of the guitar universe and here to stay, so make it work for you—not against you.
Saturday December 9, 2017. 11:41 AM
We break down how prog rock’s most influential 6-stringer combines timeless riffs, a huge sound, and a penchant for experimentation.
Friday December 8, 2017. 08:15 PM
What guitar player did you see this year that you can’t forget? Heart’s Nancy Wilson and PG editors discuss the best players they saw last year.
A collaboration that features original art from Ralph Steadman.
What happens when a Deluxe Reverb meets an Electro-Voice EVM12L?
If you’re burned out on TSA hassles or have even given up on traveling with a guitar, here’s a way to fret more and fret less at the same time.
Thursday December 7, 2017. 10:00 PM
After an unfortunate fall left him with two broken arms and a mangled right hand, the jazz-guitar maestro got up and turned his bad trip into an uplifting new album.
An analog sample rate reducer that goes from fizzle and crunch to ring-mod craziness.
An affordable, high-quality, and easy to use MIDI controller that isn’t the size of Saskatchewan.
Wednesday December 6, 2017. 09:00 PM
Find out how the shred cat avoids using a sketchy whammy bar by ingeniously implementing two handy stomps.
The guitar has a smaller body size, shortened scale, and light-gauge coated strings to help novice players.
The unit features six levels of attenuation and can be used with 4-, 8-, or 16-ohm speakers.
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