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  • Ernie Ball Introduces 3-Packs of Popular String Sets
    by PRESS RELEASE on August 18, 2022 at 9:47 pm

    30 new 3-pack string offerings to Ernie Ball’s Slinky, Classic Rock n Roll, Cobalt, Earthwood, and Ernesto Pallo string sets.Phase 1 consists of the following sets, and is available now.Phase 2 consists of the following sets and will be available on September 13, 2022.For more information, please visit ernieball.com.

  • Schertler GIULIA X Giveaway
    by PG Giveaways on August 18, 2022 at 6:24 pm

    You could WIN a Schertler GIULIA X acoustic amp! Giveaway ends October 18, 2022.Giulia XGIULIA X represents the state of the art in Swiss amplifier design, reflecting all the needs of the user. Offering a significantly improved power amp and speaker section, together with a crossover filter network, limiter and gain, this amp provides 70W (108dB SPL) of bi-amplified analog power. GIULIA X has a coaxial speaker system with a 1” dome tweeter and 5.5” woofer. It is designed with an optimized 2-way bass reflex construction.Schertler GIULIA X

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  • The Changing Digital Landscape of Classical Guitar
    by Simon Powis on August 30, 2021 at 11:43 pm

    If there is one constant in life, it is change. In the past 18 months with the appearance of Covid 19 we have seen an inflection point in the classical guitar world that may have altered how our musical ecosystem functions. Our world has gone digital, much more than ever before. In this episode we […] The post The Changing Digital Landscape of Classical Guitar appeared first on Classical Guitar Corner.

  • CGC 105 : Sor Study in Bminor – Singing and Playing the Melody
    by Simon Powis on January 31, 2021 at 5:11 am

    This famous study by Fernando Sor gives us the the challenge of separating melody from harmony and bass while all being bundled up into continuous eighth notes. One of the most powerful techniques you can use to clarify the melodic part is to isolate the melody, play it separately and even sing the melody too. […] The post CGC 105 : Sor Study in Bminor – Singing and Playing the Melody appeared first on Classical Guitar Corner.

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  • Lighter Imprints with custom Guitar Cabinets! KEMPER Kone™ NEO Speakers available!
    by GGM Staff on August 18, 2022 at 10:23 pm

    Kemper GmbH/ Ruhr Area/ Germany, August 18th, 2022 (ictw) – Kemper today announce the immediate availability of the new KEMPER Kone™ NEO replacement Speaker for 12″ loaded guitar cabinets. Now the same speaker from the acclaimed KEMPER Kabinets is also available for a wider range of cabinet designs with new lightweight neodymium speakers for guitar tone The post Lighter Imprints with custom Guitar Cabinets! KEMPER Kone™ NEO Speakers available! first appeared on Guitar Girl Magazine. The post Lighter Imprints with custom Guitar Cabinets! KEMPER Kone™ NEO Speakers available! appeared first on Guitar Girl Magazine.

  • Joselyn & Don Releases “Deep Down” Single Aug 17
    by GGM Staff on August 18, 2022 at 10:07 pm

    LOS ANGELES (June 24, 2022) – Joselyn & Don announce the release of their western gothic single “Deep Down” on August 17. It’s off the EP, Seeds & Bones, due out October 7. The voice of the song is Mother Nature with an attitude. She’s been covered up with concrete and denied for too long, but her The post Joselyn & Don Releases “Deep Down” Single Aug 17 first appeared on Guitar Girl Magazine. The post Joselyn & Don Releases “Deep Down” Single Aug 17 appeared first on Guitar Girl Magazine.

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  • Podcast 376: Fretboard Summit Updates
    by FJ Staff on August 17, 2022 at 6:22 pm

    With the Fretboard Summit at Chicago’s Old Town School of Folk Music just over a week away (August 25-27, 2022), Jason shares some last-minute updates on this sprawling guitar gathering, as well as a surprise announcement or two. We hope to see you there! To view the complete daily schedule for the Chicago Summit, as well The post Podcast 376: Fretboard Summit Updates appeared first on Fretboard Journal.

  • Gear Check: The Guitarists in Dijon’s Touring Band
    by Jason Verlinde on August 12, 2022 at 7:37 pm

    The Fretboard Journal doesn’t typically do live gear videos, but when our longtime contributor, Ryan Richter, joined Dijon’s touring band, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity. Here was a rare chance to shed light on the brilliant guitarists behind one of the most innovative artists performing today. Dijon’s touring guitarists are all worth a follow: The post Gear Check: The Guitarists in Dijon’s Touring Band appeared first on Fretboard Journal.

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  • Gibson Transition year of 1964
    by newallgood on September 12, 2020 at 4:30 pm

    Around the middle of  1964  major changes occurred. The info below is very useful for dating a Gibson guitar in cases where serial numbers were repeated or unclear. 1. Neck width at the Nut was reduced from 1 11/16 inches to 1 9/16 inches (you will see cases of 1 10/16 inches during this transition … Continue reading Gibson Transition year of 1964 The post Gibson Transition year of 1964 appeared first on All Good Guitars.

  • Fender Bass break down 1951 to 1969
    by newallgood on February 25, 2020 at 5:40 pm

    1951  The Precision bass was the first production run solid body bass released by Fender in late 1951.  The bass was equipped with a one piece maple fretted neck and one single coil pickup. The production color was Blonde. There are two bridge saddles, and the strings are loaded through  back of the body. The … Continue reading Fender Bass break down 1951 to 1969 The post Fender Bass break down 1951 to 1969 appeared first on All Good Guitars.