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On this Day in 1967 1967, The Beatles began recording 'A Day In The Life' at Abbey Road studios London, recording four takes of the new song. According to Lennon, the inspiration for the first two verses was the death of Tara Browne, the 21-year-old heir to the Guinness fortune who had crashed his Lotus Elan on 18 December 1966 in Redcliffe Gardens, London.

MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe Analog Delay Pedal IN STOCK

MXR Carbon Copy Deluxe Analog Delay Pedal IN STOCK - We got the first shipments of Deluxes in Months ago and they sold out in a few hours, and the wait to get more in was painful. But finally they have arrived and are ready to ship to delay heads all over the world. What [...]

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Analog vs Digital Delay Guitar Pedal

Analog vs Digital Delay Guitar Pedal - There are two different guitar delay pedals available the original Analog Delay from early 70s on and the Digital Delay pedal from the early 80s moving foward. Both use different technology and offer different tone and sound but they both create an echo and delay for your guitar. Both [...]

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History of the Tubescreamer Part 1

History of the Tubescreamer Part 1 - The Tubescreamer was designed by S. Tamura in the mid 1970s, the Ibanez Tube Screamer is arguably the most beloved of overdrive pedals. It also takes a special place in pedal history as it really was the start of overdrive amp emulation in a pedal, before this it was [...]

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Zvex Vertical Fuzz Factory SHIPPING

Zvex Vertical Fuzz Factory SHIPPING - The Zvex Fuzz Factory is one of the original boutique guitar pedals ever made, I remember seeing them at Guitar shows in the mid to early 1990s. Very cool, very unqiue, the enclosure was hand painted but the layout though unique was hard to use as pedalboards became more [...]

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Pete Cornish Cables ARE BACK !

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Seymour Duncan Joe Bonamassa Amos '58 V Set

Seymour Duncan Joe Bonamassa Amos '58 V Set - Joe Bonamassa’s 1958 Flying V was special even before being purchased by the famous bluesman – as one of just 98 Flying V’s produced by Gibson in the fifties, it has been featured in numerous books and magazines, and even had a cameo in the infamous mockumentary [...]

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Xotic LIMITED BB Pre-Amp Andy Timmons Model !!

Xotic LIMITED BB Pre-Amp Andy Timmons Model !! - I love Andy Timmons to me he is one of the most gifted guitar players in the world. He can shred, he can lay back, he plays great melody lines, he is a great songwritter, just has chops out the wazoo. He has teamed up with [...]

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Pedaltrain Spark Power Supply

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Point to Point Built Pedals and Amps ?

Point to Point Built Pedals and Amps ? THE TERM POINT-TO-POINT (PTP) refers to the method of wiring up a tube amp’s circuit or pedal with each component connected to the next using the components’ own leads with a minimum of wire,and little or no intervening circuit board of any kind. The theory is that a [...]

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