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Ibanez AEG10II Review

Posted by Adam Perlmutter Ibanez is perhaps best known for its electric instruments—high-performance solid-bodies played by the likes of virtuoso rockers Joe... Read More...
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Yamaha THR5A Review

Posted by Doug Young These days, performing with an acoustic guitar often means playing plugged in. Musicians play amplified everywhere from concert halls to... Read More...
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L.R. Baggs Anthem Review

Posted by Doug Young L.R. Baggs has been providing innovative amplification solutions for acoustic guitarists for decades. Consequently, anticipation has... Read More...
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Martin DCPA4 Siris Review

Martin has long been a forward-thinking entity, but few of its attempts to shake up the direction determined some 80 years ago by now iconic instruments lik... Read More...
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L.R. Baggs Venue Review

Posted by Doug Young From its popular and extensive line of pickups and preamps to its highly regarded Acoustic Reference Amplifier, L.R. Baggs has been he... Read More...
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Gibson J-35 Review

Posted by Adam Levy Gibson issued its first J-35 model in 1936. The curvaceous flattop delivered rich sound, bore a clean look with a minimum of cosmetic fri... Read More...
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Zoom A3 Review

Posted by Doug Young Acoustic guitarists usually depend on effects much less than electric players, but given the chance, the list of devices we might wi... Read More...
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Up-the-Neck Octave Exercises

This workout starts with octaves on the E and D strings and continues with octaves on the B and A and then G and E strings. You’ll notice that some of the octav... Read More...