Electric Guitar Review

Ibanez RG450DX Review

It takes a lot of hours practicing to develop the needed skill set in playing the guitar, and one skill in particular players do want to master is the ability to play fast with precision commonly termed as shredding. With…
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Schecter Omen Extreme-FR Review

Schecter Omen Extreme FR Review

The branding Schecter has established over the years is rooted in metal and cemented by other forms of aggressive music. Starting from how their guitar models are called like the Omen, Banshee, Hellraiser, Synister, and Balsac the Jaws O’ Death…
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ESP LTD EC-256FM Review

ESP LTD EC-256FM Review

Before ESP LTD ventured on making their own line of guitars, it already had established a good reputation on manufacturing high quality custom replacement guitar parts in Japan and later on was introduced to the US market where it also…
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G&L Tribute Series Legacy Review

At the end of 1964, Leo Fender sold his beloved company Fender to CBS which includes an agreement that he wouldn’t be involve on any way in the musical instrument industry for 10 years after the sale. As time went…
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PRS SE Standard 245 Review

PRS SE Standard 245 Review

Paul Reed Smith as a guitar player may not be a household of a name compared to the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton or a David Gilmour, but the guitars he had created however is a…
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Gretsch Electromatic Pro Jet with Bigsby Review

Gretsch G5435T Electromatic Pro Jet Review

The rich history of Gretch as a instrument manufacturer is more than a hundred years old. It started out from making drums that is still made today until the company went over on making also other types of instruments like…
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Gibson M2 Review

Gibson M2 Review

Diving into a Gibson Les Paul guitar especially in the higher models is to spend a surmountable amount of money just to own one. However that all change when Gibson released guitars for 2017 that includes a less expensive US…
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard Review

Epiphone offers good sounding and playable guitars for players who are not ready yet to pour in cash on a Gibson made guitar. The guitars this sub-brand of Gibson makes are much easier to save for, ranging from beginner level…
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Fender FSR Stratocaster Review

Fender FSR Stratocaster Review

Fender FSR Stratocaster is basically a Standard Stratocaster, but unlike any other Fender or Squier guitars on the market, players won’t be able to view it when looking for information about their specification through searching the Fender catalog. They are…
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Fender Modern Player Telecaster Plus Review

Fender Modern Player Telecaster Plus Review

Looking back at its history, the Telecaster simple yet revolutionary design is the main foundation that propelled Fender in an era where archtops is the preferred guitar for players in the 1950’s. Then this first mass produced solid body electric…
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