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Friday July 13, 2018. 07:00 PM
Who doesn’t love the crisp and clear sound (or raw raunch) from a P-90-packed guitar?
Living Colour bass behemoth Doug Wimbish gives a stadium-worthy demo of the company’s tiny—but mighty—new compressor/sustainer.
Check out how one of the biggest guitar makers in China have brought their custom-shop ethos to America.
Check out the killer looks and sounds of the first modern-day offering of a semi-hollow favored by one of the greatest blues guitarists ever.
Ben Hinz scrambles our heads with a destructomatic fuzz machine and an eminently twiddle-able pitch shifter.
Enthusiastic and optimistic, the American guitar giant’s crew shows off a slew of upcoming designs, from Memphis semi-hollows to Historic and USA Les Pauls, and more.
Amp and guitar builder Chris Mitchell uses his T-style and LP-style axes to rock through two growling heads loaded with spring reverb and 6L6s.
A more affordable ticket to infinite sustain.
Thursday July 12, 2018. 09:30 PM
The Classic Series debuts with three feature-packed amps: the B25C, B50C, and B100C.
The guitars use an 'aged to vintage' (ATV) treatment that reportedly allows the solid Sitka spruce top to cure and open up more over time.
One of pedaldom’s most adventurous builders presents a deliciously varied reverb, and a multi-mode modulator.
An iconic bass design undergoes a subtle yet significant refresh, both inside and out.
Wednesday July 11, 2018. 11:45 PM
Watch how the Michigan company's impressively deep reverb can move from shimmery cascades to old-school spring tones quickly and easily.
Hear the lush wash of space and reflections in this brand-new pedal that combines independent spring and hall reverbs.
Even on borrowed gear, the metalcore pioneers are able to bring the thunder with a handful of ESP guitars, some Mesa/Boogie firepower, and a stash of gnarly fuzz pedals.
Nashville's own Brian Nutter dresses to impress and demos a futuristic model that sports a wealth of switching options.
A non-temperamental fuzz that the company says was designed to perform with other effects without sacrificing its sound.
A 25.5”-scale single-cut with a T-style bridge plate, Wilkinson tremolo, and S-style control layout.
Andy Powers shows off four new upper-end acoustics now graced with his innovative V-Class bracing system.
A closer look at how, or if, an acoustic cutaway affects your tone.
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