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The Guitars of Randy Rhoads (October 2008 Web Exclusive)
Gerry Ganaden explores the guitars Randy played on stage,
from his cream-colored Gibson Les Paul Custom to his Vs built
by Karl Sandoval and Grover Jackson.
Matchless Little Monster Review (February 2008)
When Matchless debuted the Little Monster, everyone who had
written the company off as “too expensive” took note. The amp
bridged the gap between big, boutique sound and portability at a
relatively affordable price. See how our reviewer liked it.
Dimebag’s Dean of Destiny (September 2008 Web Exclusive)
The story of Dimebag’s famous lightning bolt Dean ML traces
the story of a friendship between a young phenom shredder
and a guitar builder.
1950 Fender Broadcaster #0099 (October 2007)
There are few holy grails like a Broadcaster, much less one
with one previous owner. Perhaps that’s why October 2007’s
Guitar of the Month has become one of our most-viewed pieces
of online gear porn.
Review: Fuchs Frost 100-1 Amplifier (May 2007)
Mention purple tolex and Tung-Sol 6550s and its obvious we’re
talking about a particular Fuchs amp that is so loud it has an internal fan to cool that ramped up power section. Kenny Rardin’s
review points out the similarities and differences between the
Frost 100-1 and a JCM800.
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