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The Go Go Tuners TT-1 include features such as a large bright LED screen, which illuminates red when out of tune and green when in tune, while simultaneously showing you if you are sharp or flat. The 360 degree swivel arm bracket makes positioning the TT-1 a snap in any direction.

SMG Review: Go Go Tuners TT-1

The Go Go Tuners TT-1 include features such as a large bright LED screen, which illuminates red when out of tune and green when in tune, while simultaneously showing you if you are sharp or flat. The 360 degree swivel arm bracket makes positioning the TT-1 a snap in any direction.

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Innovative products are often conceived when seeking to improve upon an existing design. In the case of Thomas Wnorowski, he recognized that the tonal possibilities residing within his Strat copy fell far short of their potential, so he set out to do something about it.

SMG Review: AweSome Musical Instruments’ Telecaster
Hyper-Mod™ Control Plate

Innovative products are often conceived when seeking to improve upon an existing design. In the case of Thomas Wnorowski, he recognized that the tonal possibilities residing within his Strat copy fell far short of their potential, so he set out to do something about it.

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EMG, Inc. is well known throughout the guitar community as a leader in active pickup systems. What you may not know is that the company, which recently celebrated its 35th anniversary, originated as Dirtywork Studios, then Overlend, before settling on its current name, which is short for 'electro-magnetic generator'.

SMG Review: EMG’s ST12 Prewired Drop-In Pickguard for Strats

EMG, Inc. is well known throughout the guitar community as a leader in active pickup systems. What you may not know is that the company, which recently celebrated its 35th anniversary, originated as Dirtywork Studios, then Overlend, before settling on its current name, which is short for ‘electro-magnetic generator’.

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gig-fx was founded by CEO, Jeff Purchon. He regularly played with school friend Mick Ronson (who went on to play with Bowie) and neighbor Robert Palmer. At 17 he was opening for bands including Black Sabbath, Free, Deep Purple, and Genesis and continues to play with some of the biggest names in music today.

SMG Review: gig-fx’s Peter Frampton Mega-Wah

gig-fx was founded by CEO, Jeff Purchon. He regularly played with school friend Mick Ronson (who went on to play with Bowie) and neighbor Robert Palmer. At 17 he was opening for bands including Black Sabbath, Free, Deep Purple, and Genesis and continues to play with some of the biggest names in music today.

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Like so many stock Jazz basses that I have played, the tone is good right from the start, but if you could get 100% more pickup tones, you'd take it, right....

SMG REVIEW: AweSome Musical Instruments’ Jazz Hyper-Mod

Like so many stock Jazz basses that I have played, the tone is good right from the start, but if you could get 100% more pickup tones, you’d take it, right….

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