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Gibson USA’s Stunning 2016 Limited Run Guitars

Michael Leonard
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04.19.2016

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Here's a selection of Gibson's Limited Run 2016 models – from luxuriant Les Pauls and SGs, from stunning Midtowns to souped-up 7-strings. Feast your eyes on some of the rarest guitars Gibson is building this year across all price ranges
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Great Gibson Guitars: the ES-335

04.18.2016

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From Chuck Berry to Dave Grohl, the 335 probably remains Gibson's greatest semi-solid. 2016 sees vintage recplicas, new bargain models, new colors and more. Here's a run-down of 2016-available guitars bearing that 335 name, and a few classics from the past
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Why Gibson 'Buckers are Best

Michael Leonard
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04.08.2016

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Officially debuting 59 years ago, the Gibson Humbucker is a bona fide benchmark of guitar pickup design. And it keeps evolving, as all these options show...
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Road Test: Gibson Midtown Standard

Ted Drozdowski
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04.05.2016

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The Gibson Midtown Standard incorporates modern and classic design to create a timeless, lightweight and highly playable guitar that’s perfect for all genres — and easy to love!
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Rag-Time: How to Clean Your Guitar for Better Tone

Ellen Barnes
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04.04.2016

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The best — and least expensive — way to improve your guitar’s appearance, as well as its tone, is to administer a thorough cleaning. But there are a few guidelines that need to be followed when tackling the dirt, grease, perspiration and smoke that may have accumulated on your guitar, either from regular use or neglect; otherwise you risk permanently damaging the quality and resonance of your instrument. Whether it’s an acoustic or an electric that you’re aiming to clean, these tips still apply. If you have a vintage guitar, you’ll need to take special considerations, as explained in a note below.
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What’s your Favorite SG Pickguard?

Peter Hodgson
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03.31.2016

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There are three main SG pickguard types, and a few variations. Which is the most ‘you?’
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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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