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17Nov/100

Ibanez RG Prestige 10th Anniversary, limited edition!

When we say the RG Prestige 10th Anniversary Limited Editions are limited...we mean it! These Ibanez guitars carry their world famous thin, fast necks, and hard edged tones. Best of all, they are 100% quality crafted in Japan by award winning Ibanez guitar makers with over 100 combined years of expert guitar building experience.

11Nov/100

Epiphone Introduces a new Limited Edition 1960 Les Paul Standard

Epiphone introduces the new, Ltd Ed "1960" Les Paul Standard honoring 50 years from the start of an era. The 1960 Les Paul initially carried over the same basic specifications as its predecessor from 1959. Among these details were the full, rounded "D" shaped neck profile, top-hat control knobs, and optional Heritage Cherry Sunburst finish. These characteristics can be found in Epiphone's new "Version-1" 50th Anniversary 1960 Les Paul Standard.

9Nov/100

Paul Reed Smith plays with the new DC3


In this Video from Paul Reed Smith you can see the DC3 in action. It would be extremely cool to get a chance to review this guitar. As Paul states at the beginning of the video: "Guitars are like motor vehicles... When you learn hot to drive a car with a stick shift is different than drive a car with automatic..."

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8Nov/100

Stu Hamm Introduces His New Washburn AB40SH Acoustic Bass

Stu Hamm new acoustic guitar bassStu Hamm, writer of several education bass books such "Bass guitar basics"  has created a new acoustic bass model,  together with  Washburn. It's the acoustic AB-40 SH. Guitar is available in Black Cherry Burst and in natural color and comes with a Mahogany neck with Maple sides and Arched maple back. You can check out the presentation video at Washburn site.

5Nov/100

Gibson announces the new “revolutionary” Firebird X

Gibson have unveiled their latest new model, the Firebird X. Ace Frehley, The Roots’ Kirk Douglas, Eddie Ojeda and Jay Jay French from Twisted Sister, Lou Pallo, Russ Paul were all drafted in to attend the launch where CEO Juszkiewicz modestly described it as “an instrument light years ahead of anything ever built”.

“This is new. This is different. This is revolution,” he declared before unveiling the axe. “Nobody looks and spends the time to reinvent the guitar. This is a new guitar.”

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