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In the first edition of his new column for Guitar.com, The Aquabats! guitarist Ian Fowles makes the case for why being a couch-potato can be a great thing for practice and inspiration.
Gary Gand 1964 SG Custom (Neck Pickup)

You Ask: Can pickups go flat and dull?

You've left your beloved six-string in the case for too long, and now it sounds a little lifeless. Why is this so?

Ask The Amp Tech: Why do some UK/EU editions of US tube amps seem...

In the latest instalment of his amp-advice column, Rift Amps mainman Chris Fantana tackles transatlantic noise issues.
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Ask The Amp Tech: What is impedance, and how does it affect a guitar...

An oft-misunderstood subject, explained in simple terms.
Nik Huber Orca '59 fretboard inlay and radius

What do the new CITES exemptions on rosewood mean for the guitar industry?

We asked a panel of industry luminaries to give their thoughts on the future of rosewood in guitar now that the CITES restrictions have been lifted.
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Joe Bonamassa shares his top tips for buying vintage guitars

If you want to know something about buying vintage guitars, there are few better people to ask than Joe Bonamassa – so that’s exactly what we did. Writing exclusively for Guitar.com, Joe gives us his top tips for buying vintage.
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You Ask: Can pickups go flat and dull?

You've left your beloved six-string in the case for too long, and now it sounds a little lifeless. Why is this so?

Ask The Amp Tech: Why do some UK/EU editions of US...

In the latest instalment of his amp-advice column, Rift Amps mainman Chris Fantana tackles transatlantic noise issues.
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