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Fender Champion 100 – 100-Watt Electric Guitar Amplifier Review

You will be blown away by the performance of the Champion 100. The clean channel is very clean and overall, the tone is very good, with plenty of volume for playing live. It sounds great mic’d and is an extremely easy to use amp. This amp is well worth the money and is very reasonably priced, putting it in a price range for anyone to be able to afford a reliable, great sounding guitar amp. I would recommend this amp to any guitar player. After all, its a Fender! Product Description Fender, as every musician knows is a leader in instrument manufacturing, and started designing, manufacturing and evolving musical instruments in 1946. Since then, their amplifiers have been, and continue to be, an integral part…
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The Beatles Complete Chord Songbook Review

Now you can sing and play along with the Beatles. The format of this book is excellent, and the original keys are used which makes the songs sound right from first chord. The placement of the chord symbols is also excellent, and the chord diagrams before each song means you are going to be playing the right form of each chord. This is the best value for money I’ve ever come across and it also helps you appreciate even more the creativity the Beatles showed in their songwriting. This book will delight any fan of The Beatles and will also draw in people who are just becoming familiar with them. You can easily learn the chords and will soon be singing along as you play…
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Fender CD-100CE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar Review

This guitar looks great and sounds great finger picking or with a pick and has a very crisp, clean sound. The body, and make-up of this guitar are excellent as you would expect from a Fender, so it should last a long time – probably longer than me! The built-in tuner feature is amazing as well as the tone and volume adjustments.  For the price, it would be hard to find a better sounding guitar. What Fender say about the CD-100CE Left-Hand The left-handed CD-100CE dreadnought cutaway delivers great sound, looks, feel and value, with a natural-finish spruce top, and mahogany back and sides. Upgrades include a new black pickguard and mother-of-pearl acrylic rosette design, rosewood bridge with compensated Graphtech® Nubone™ saddle, white bridge pins…
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Dean VX Solid Body Left Handed Electric Guitar Review

This fantastic guitar has a familiar feel. Its basswood V-design body, Dean V headstock, and dual zebra humbuckers give the Dean VX serious heavy metal credentials. This is an excellent, inexpensive and great looking flying-v style guitar. It has an amazing feel and tone, and you won’t want to put it down for a minute. You cannot go wrong with this guitar. Buy it & Rock on! Product Description Dean’s X Series offers some of Dean’s most popular body styles–the ML, V, and Z–at an affordable price. But they don’t skimp on components, with a pair of high-output Dean humbuckers, Grover tuners, a Tune-o-Matic bridge. Dean style and dependability are an added bonus. Left-handed model. VX at a Glance Body wood: Basswood Neck Construction: Bolt-on…
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Guitar for Dummies – Review

Who wouldn’t want to play guitar?? Imagine playing like Jimi Hendrix on his Stratocaster. . . or like Chuck Berry duck-walking across the stage to “Johnny B. Goode”, or like B.B. King making his guitar, “Lucille”, cry the blues.  There is no doubt about it – guitars and guitarists are “cool.” “Guitar For Dummies” teaches you everything a beginner or intermediate guitarist needs to know: from buying a guitar to tuning it, playing it, and caring for it, this book has it all.  You don’t even need to know how to read music. The book is full of photo-illustrated exercises and songs you can play to practice the techniques discussed in each section. This step-by-step guide will take you from the basics to beyond before…
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10 Great Left Handed Guitarists

So uncommon is the lefty guitarist, that you can’t help but be taken aback at the sight of a guitarist playing his instrument in left-hand fashion.  The fact is, however, southpaw six-stringers occupy several high spots on the list of all-time guitar greats. The 10 below rank among the best. Tony Iommi Quite rightly, Judas Priest’s Rob Halford once introduced Tony Iommi as the man who invented the heavy metal riff. With his ever present SG, the Black Sabbath maestro established the gloomy, minor key patterns and foreboding blues-based solos that continue to define the darker side of the genre. Few guitarists have uncovered more permutations within a singular, self-imposed approach. Jimi Hendrix No one saw more possibilities for the electric guitar’s place as rock’s…
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Martin Left-handed Grand J12-16GTE Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar Review

The Martin Left-handed Grand J12-16GTE features their jumbo body design for an increase in tone and volume. Like many of their classic guitars, the J12-16GTE is constructed from all solid tone woods. The back and sides are genuine mahogany. For the top, Martin uses a Sitka spruce soundboard, braced with a 5/16″ scalloped bracing pattern. The neck is joined to the body with Martin’s new simple dovetail neck joint. All this and a fast Performing Artist neck taper, give you a guitar that’s easy-to-play, with a HUGE amount of sustain. This combination of tone woods, neck joint, and bracing pattern gives you an instrument with a lot of sustain, volume, and balanced tone between the bass, mid, and treble frequencies. Playing in the studio or…
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Epiphone Left Handed Les Paul Custom Pro – Review

The Epiphone Left Handed Les Paul Custom Pro is Epiphone’s tribute to one of the best loved guitars of the last century: the Gibson Les Paul Custom. Customs are the best, but the price can be staggering especially when you’re just starting out. That’s why the Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro is great! It features the ‘custom’ signature gold hardware and ebony finish, so it looks the business! Epiphone are innovators  so they decided not to just mimic the Custom in an affordable package but to add the cutting edge ‘Pro’ technology: ProBucker humbuckers each with a separate coil tap, making it even better! Here’s what Epiphone say about the Les Paul Custom Pro Dressed to Kill! The Les Paul Custom made its debut in…
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