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What’s the Ideal Guitar Amp for Modeling-Based Multieffects?

Craig Anderton
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03.22.2016

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The Cerwin-Vega P-Series is a great example of a personal PA series that’s uniquely well-suited to being guitar amps.
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Trouble with Treble? Let It Bleed

Craig Anderton
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03.17.2016

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Treble bleed does its magic thanks to an electronic component called a capacitor, which can pass high frequencies while rejecting low frequencies. With a tone control, the capacitor shunts high frequencies away from your guitar’s output, which creates a bassier sound.
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Have You Seen The New Gibson Custom Lineup?

Daniel Eriksson
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03.15.2016

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The 2016 Gibson Custom lineup is here! Check out our Standard Historic, True Historic, and Modern Era guitars!
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Making the Connection: Designing a Better Jack

Craig Anderton
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03.08.2016

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A jack’s most important job is to make a reliable contact with the plug. In telephone systems, once you plugged in to a jack, the cord just stayed there. But unless your idea of stage presence is standing still, you’re moving around—and hopefully, the cord will move with you.
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Collector’s Choice™ Signature Models and True Historics: How the Custom Shop Procures Wood and Materials

Russell Hall
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03.03.2016

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To say Gibson’s Custom Shop spares no effort or expense with regard to its reissues program is an understatement. Whether it’s a Collector’s Choice™ guitar, a Signature model, or a True Historic, authenticity is the driving force behind the replication of the instrument at-hand.
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What are Custom Shop Badges?

03.03.2016

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Each Gibson Custom Shop guitar that passes through final assembly and inspection is fitted with a die cast badge, signifying it as an authentic Gibson Custom guitar that has met our high standards of craft.
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Gibsons for Goth

Peter Hodgson
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03.01.2016

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Are you into the darker, moodier side of rock? Here are some Gibsons for you.
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Zero-Fret Adjustable Nut: The Nut that Adjusts to You

Craig Anderton
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02.25.2016

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First introduced in 2015, Z-FAN for 2016 benefits from all-titanium construction for extreme durability, and a retaining screw so the nut stays in place when you change strings.
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Great Gibson Guitars: the J-45

Michael Leonard
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02.19.2016

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Since 1942, the Gibson J-45 has gone through some changes but essentially remains true to its original genius. And Gibson's best-ever-selling acoustic just got better with new finishes, pickup options, PLEK tech, G Force tuning and more.
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Fun With Capos

Peter Hodgson
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02.12.2016

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I remember the first time I ever saw a capo. One of my school teachers had one on a twelve-string guitar while she was playing a song at a school assembly. I was probably about 8 years old and already interested in guitar, but there was something about what she was singing and playing which made me associate the capo with wimpy songs played by old ladies (she was probably only 25, really, but to an 8-year-old that was ancient).
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