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The Legend of The Klon Centaur

The Legend of The Klon Centaur

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This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Pedals for Hire Somewhere, hidden from sight of even the most expert eye, sits Lord Lucan astride mighty Red Rum with a  Full Article »

Using the Middle Position on a 3-Way Pickup Selector Switch

Using the Middle Position on a 3-Way Pickup Selector Switch

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Using a twin humbucker guitar (such as a Les Paul, SG, PRS) may seem a simple task with regards to finding a tone that suits your genre, but don’t be  Full Article »

Pedalboard updates using The GigRig Quartermaster 6

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I confess, I’ve been caught hook, line and sinker at the concept of using an increasing amount of effects pedals in your signal chain, will ultimately negatively impact your tone.

Is it all about the thrill of the chase?

Is it all about the thrill of the chase?

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This feature was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Pedals For Hire Long, long ago in a land far, far away, before council tax, Miranda Hart and X Factor (what a  Full Article »

The Great Tone Treasure Hunt

The Great Tone Treasure Hunt

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Seymour Duncan has teamed up with Godin, Cort, Richmond Guitars, Schecter Guitars, Jarrell Guitars, US Music Corp, and several artists to bring you an adventurous journey full of amazing tone  Full Article »

Competition: Win Four Guitar DVD’s!

Competition: Win Four Guitar DVD’s!

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Guitar Jar is pleased to announce their latest competition, giving website readers a chance to win four guitar themed DVD’s – a nice present for yourself, or a perfect stocking filler!

Are Duesenberg Guitars Too Expensive?

Are Duesenberg Guitars Too Expensive?

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Duesenberg produce fantastic guitars and as an owner of a Starplayer TV, I feel no shame in being overly bias towards the German company, but I don’t necessarily agree that  Full Article »

Timber Tones Plectrums Interview

Timber Tones Plectrums Interview

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The majority of guitarists are primarily concerned about one particular aspect of their guitar playing quest; tone. Timber Tones Plectrums are made from 18 different exotic timbers from around the  Full Article »

Timber Tones – Exotic Wood Plectrums Review

Timber Tones – Exotic Wood Plectrums Review

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Guitar tone – an enjoyable quest for some, years of torment for others. Every now and again new guitar products hit the market that promise to aid our tonal quest,  Full Article »

DVD Review – Tone Secrets: The Components of Tone

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Don Wrixon is a USA based guitarist, who’s acquired an impressive collection of guitars & amplifiers over the years. His passion for the instrument has inspired him to produce an  Full Article »

My First Guitar: Yamaha Pacifica 112

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I’ve been interested in music for as long as I can remember and on a spontaneous impulse during the mid-late ‘90s, I headed to Guitar Mania in Poole to equip  Full Article »

Bare Knuckle Pickups – Blackguard Flat 50 Set Review

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This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Mark de Manbey Being a regular user of Bare Knuckle Pickups kit, when I wanted to build a Telecaster from parts, the  Full Article »

Bare Knuckle Pickups – Holydiver Humbucker Review

Bare Knuckle Pickups – Holydiver Humbucker Review

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This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Nelson I bought a Les Paul Studio a while ago and noticed something wasn’t right… the pickups.

Re-stringing guitars successfully

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Is it really that easy to re-string a guitar? To be brutally honest… I’m useless at re-stringing guitars!

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