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Epiphone Nick Valensi Riviera P94 ArchTop Electric Guitar Review

Epiphone Nick Valensi Riviera P94 ArchTop Electric Guitar Review

Stroke Of Genius!

When you’re the lead guitarist in New York’s coolest rock band, you need a guitar to match. As such, it stands to reason that when The Strokes started out in Manhattan in 1999, Nick Valensi chose to play his incendiary guitar riffs on a customised Epiphone Riviera. From the fuzzy stomp of Last Nite to the brittle groove of Juicebox, the Riviera is at the heart of all the band’s greatest moments. And from the start of 2007, when the new Epiphone Nick Valensi Riviera P94 makes its debut at the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, it could be at the heart of all of yours.

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Epiphone Dot Studio ArchTop Electric Guitar Review

Epiphone Dot Studio ArchTop Electric Guitar Review

The Epiphone Dot Studio ArchTop Electric Guitar builds on Epiphone’s great tradition of archtops such as the legendary Sheraton and Emperor. Simplified controls and minimalist styling provide great functionality and elegant visual appeal while powerful Vintage Alnico V Plus pickups give it plenty of bite. Drawing on the classic 335 vibe, with maple top, back, sides, and set neck, the Epiphone Dot Studio guitar dishes out hot blues and rock when overdriven or thick jazz tones clean.

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Epiphone Designer EM-1 Electric Guitar Review

Epiphone Designer EM-1 Electric Guitar Review

Back In Black!

The new Epiphone Designer EM-1 Guitar is not the kind of guitar you take home to meet your parents. Just like the legendary EM guitars that went before it, this mental new model is mad, bad and dangerous to own, with a bark and a bite that have made it one of the most eagerly anticipated Epiphone releases at the 2007 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim. Now the wait is over.
Everybody loves a bad boy, and the new Epiphone Designer EM-1 Guitar certainly qualifies. Its unmistakable double cutaway body has always epitomised the style and swagger of rock ‘n’ roll, and in 2007 it looks better than ever with an ebony finish, a stylish non-reverse headstock and classic dot inlays. To put it simply, you won’t get a cooler guitar round your neck for a more competitive price.

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Ibanez SGT520VS Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT520VS Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s "1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT520VS Acoustic Guitar features dreadnought body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. In appearance, sound, and playability, the SGT sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars.
Ibanez SGT520VS Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features a solid spruce top that not only sounds great now, but will continue to age and improve over time. The dreadnought body shape is particularly well-suited for making yourself heard in a group, but the tones are certainly sweet enough for it to stand on it’s own.

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Ibanez SGT130BK Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT130BK Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s “1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT130BK Acoustic Guitar features jumbo body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. The jumbo body shape is particularly well-suited strong rhythm support, with deep rich tones. In appearance, sound, and playability, the SGT sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars. Check out the Ibanez SGT130BK Sage Series Acoustic Guitar and you’ll be amazed at the retro look and feel.

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Ibanez SGT110 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT110 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s “1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT110 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features a Grand Concert Body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. In appearance, sound, and playability, the Ibanez SGT110 Guitar sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars. The grand concert body shape is particularly well-suited for fingerpicking, but sounds great in any style.

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Ibanez SGT120 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT120 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s “1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT120 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features a dreadnought body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. In appearance, sound, and playability, the SGT sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars.
The Ibanez SGT120 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features a solid spruce top that not only sounds great now, but will continue to age and improve over time. The dreadnought body shape is particularly well-suited for making yourself heard in a group, but the tones are certainly sweet enough for it to stand on it’s own.

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Ibanez SGT120LNT Left Handed Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT120LNT Left Handed Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s “1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT120 Left Handed Acoustic Guitar features a dreadnought body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. In appearance, sound, and playability, the SGT sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars.
The Ibanez SGT120 Left Handed Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features a solid spruce top that not only sounds great now, but will continue to age and improve over time. The dreadnought body shape is particularly well-suited for making yourself heard in a group, but the tones are certainly sweet enough for it to stand on it’s own.

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Ibanez SGT122NT 12-String Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT122NT 12-String Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s “1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT122NT 12-String Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features dreadnought body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. In appearance, sound, and playability, the SGT sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars.
There’s something almost magical about the sound of a 12-string. There’s nothing quite like the natural chorus sound. The dreadnought body shape of Ibanez SGT122NT 12-String Acoustic Guitar is particularly well-suited for making yourself heard in a group, but the tones are certainly sweet enough for it to stand on it’s own.

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Fender Squier Hello Kitty Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Review

Fender Squier Hello Kitty Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

The newest addition to Squier’s Hello Kitty Series is this purr-fectly stylish and great-sounding dreadnought acoustic guitar!
The Fender Squier Hello Kitty Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar features a custom decal of Hello Kitty herself on the front of the guitar, which has a gloss finish and sturdy basswood top, back and sides; with a pink pickguard on the pink model and a white pickguard on the black one. Other features include a rosewood bridge, chrome die-cast tuners, Hello Kitty artwork (“script” on the pink guitar; “collage” on the black one) and special fingerboard position inlays (pink dots on the pink guitar; white dots on the black guitar).

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Washburn WI14 Electric Guitar

Washburn WI14 Electric Guitar

In 1999 Washburn’s master craftsmen set out to design a modern classic for the new Millennium and the idol was born. After countless awards and accolades, Washburn has now expanded the Idol Family, to an even more versitile instrument. If you like the shape and design of the award winning Idol guitar but are just starting out, this axe will increase your enthusiasm to begin playing. A professional guitar at an entry level price, the Washburn WI14 Electric Guitar has many of the features of its big brothers and the playability typical of the entire Idol family. Comes in a high gloss finish in 4 colors with a comfort contour cut into the body to make it easier to play on. If you are an experience player and looking for that reliable guitar to throw in and out of the car, this musical instrument may be the one for you.

Epiphone Nick Valensi Riviera P94 ArchTop Electric Guitar Review

Epiphone Nick Valensi Riviera P94 ArchTop Electric Guitar Review

Stroke Of Genius!

When you’re the lead guitarist in New York’s coolest rock band, you need a guitar to match. As such, it stands to reason that when The Strokes started out in Manhattan in 1999, Nick Valensi chose to play his incendiary guitar riffs on a customised Epiphone Riviera. From the fuzzy stomp of Last Nite to the brittle groove of Juicebox, the Riviera is at the heart of all the band’s greatest moments. And from the start of 2007, when the new Epiphone Nick Valensi Riviera P94 makes its debut at the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, it could be at the heart of all of yours.

Epiphone Dot Studio ArchTop Electric Guitar Review

Epiphone Dot Studio ArchTop Electric Guitar Review

The Epiphone Dot Studio ArchTop Electric Guitar builds on Epiphone’s great tradition of archtops such as the legendary Sheraton and Emperor. Simplified controls and minimalist styling provide great functionality and elegant visual appeal while powerful Vintage Alnico V Plus pickups give it plenty of bite. Drawing on the classic 335 vibe, with maple top, back, sides, and set neck, the Epiphone Dot Studio guitar dishes out hot blues and rock when overdriven or thick jazz tones clean.

Epiphone Designer EM-1 Electric Guitar Review

Epiphone Designer EM-1 Electric Guitar Review

Back In Black!

The new Epiphone Designer EM-1 Guitar is not the kind of guitar you take home to meet your parents. Just like the legendary EM guitars that went before it, this mental new model is mad, bad and dangerous to own, with a bark and a bite that have made it one of the most eagerly anticipated Epiphone releases at the 2007 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim. Now the wait is over.
Everybody loves a bad boy, and the new Epiphone Designer EM-1 Guitar certainly qualifies. Its unmistakable double cutaway body has always epitomised the style and swagger of rock ‘n’ roll, and in 2007 it looks better than ever with an ebony finish, a stylish non-reverse headstock and classic dot inlays. To put it simply, you won’t get a cooler guitar round your neck for a more competitive price.

Ibanez SGT520VS Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT520VS Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s "1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT520VS Acoustic Guitar features dreadnought body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. In appearance, sound, and playability, the SGT sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars.
Ibanez SGT520VS Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features a solid spruce top that not only sounds great now, but will continue to age and improve over time. The dreadnought body shape is particularly well-suited for making yourself heard in a group, but the tones are certainly sweet enough for it to stand on it’s own.

Ibanez SGT130BK Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT130BK Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s “1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT130BK Acoustic Guitar features jumbo body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. The jumbo body shape is particularly well-suited strong rhythm support, with deep rich tones. In appearance, sound, and playability, the SGT sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars. Check out the Ibanez SGT130BK Sage Series Acoustic Guitar and you’ll be amazed at the retro look and feel.

Ibanez SGT110 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT110 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s “1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT110 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features a Grand Concert Body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. In appearance, sound, and playability, the Ibanez SGT110 Guitar sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars. The grand concert body shape is particularly well-suited for fingerpicking, but sounds great in any style.

Ibanez SGT120 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT120 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s “1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT120 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features a dreadnought body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. In appearance, sound, and playability, the SGT sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars.
The Ibanez SGT120 Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features a solid spruce top that not only sounds great now, but will continue to age and improve over time. The dreadnought body shape is particularly well-suited for making yourself heard in a group, but the tones are certainly sweet enough for it to stand on it’s own.

Ibanez SGT120LNT Left Handed Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT120LNT Left Handed Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s “1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT120 Left Handed Acoustic Guitar features a dreadnought body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. In appearance, sound, and playability, the SGT sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars.
The Ibanez SGT120 Left Handed Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features a solid spruce top that not only sounds great now, but will continue to age and improve over time. The dreadnought body shape is particularly well-suited for making yourself heard in a group, but the tones are certainly sweet enough for it to stand on it’s own.

Ibanez SGT122NT 12-String Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

Ibanez SGT122NT 12-String Sage Series Acoustic Guitar Review

New for 2007!

Ibanez’s newest acoustic series, the SGT or Sage Traditional, is another breakthrough by Ibanez in offering more high-end features at more affordable prices. Originally inspired by the impressive selection and quality of Ibanez’s “1st Golden Age of Acoustics” of the mid-‘70s and very early ‘80s, the Ibanez SGT122NT 12-String Sage Series Acoustic Guitar features dreadnought body. Beautiful sunburst finishes and natural high gloss finishes combined with large classic pickguards contribute to the SGT’s understated vintage styling. The shape of the headstock, body, pickguard and bridge recall a time when things were just a bit more ornate, and pride in craftsmanship was much easier to find. In appearance, sound, and playability, the SGT sets a new benchmark in entry-level guitars.
There’s something almost magical about the sound of a 12-string. There’s nothing quite like the natural chorus sound. The dreadnought body shape of Ibanez SGT122NT 12-String Acoustic Guitar is particularly well-suited for making yourself heard in a group, but the tones are certainly sweet enough for it to stand on it’s own.