New Gear: June 2011

June 15, 2011
imgDiago Little Smasher Guitar Amp

Goodies Pedal-sized guitar amplifier. 5 Watts RMS.
Single-channel, all-analog signal path with four analogmodeled cascading gain stages and solid-state Class A/B power amplifier. Volume, Gain, Treble, and Bass controls. Includes power supply.
Price $219 retail
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imgWashburn Guitars J600

Goodies Spruce top, flame maple back and sides. Maple neck with rosewood fretboard. Grover tuners. Includes hardshell case.
Price $1,247 retail
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imgOvation Elite AX

Goodies AA grade solid-spruce top, five-piece mahogany/maple neck. Multi-soundhole design enhances string vibration and sustain. OP-Pro Studio preamp. Available in Black and Black Cherry Burst finishes. Includes molded case.
Price $1,429 retail
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imgSnark QTSN1 Clip-on Chromatic Guitar Tuner

Goodies Full color, 360-degree rotational display. Tap tempo metronome. Capo compensating flat tuning. Pitch calibration of 415- 466Hz. Clip anywhere on the front or back of the headstock.
Price $29 retail
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imgRandall Minion MR15R

Goodies 15 watts. Two channels. Gain control. 3-band EQ. 6.5" speaker. Spring reverb.
Price $134 retail
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imgProvidence DLY-4 Chrono Delay

Goodies Adjustable from one to 2,700 milliseconds. Milliseconds or beats per minute display. Delay is set via the TAP switch. A/B preset memory. Seven delay time variations ranging from half notes to eighth-note triplets can be directly selected via the Beat Split knob. 12-volt DC power (power supply included).
Price $449 retail
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imgCort MR710-F

Goodies Solid Sitka spruce top. Mahogany back and sides. Mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard. 25.3" scale. Fishman electronics.
Price Starting at $499 retail
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