Favored by blues hounds and hard rockers alike, the Super Reverb was a fire-breathing wonder in its own right.
Is the PAF’s purported “magic” just hype, the inflated elitism brought on by the laws of supply and demand?
Dismissed for their budget-guitar origins, Rowe/DeArmond gold-foil pickups are now coveted for their tone.
With their loud cleans and Naugahyde coverings, Kustom’s solid-state amps offered an enticing alternative to tube tone.
Revamped with a Seth Lover humbucker in 1972, the Telecaster Custom won the hearts of Fender devotees.
Whack Job: With its ultra-narrow neck and onboard effects, the 1968 Vox Sidewinder Bass IV is a bass like no other.
The old Gibson was unrecognizable and unplayable. But detective work uncovered the tale behind its demise, and inspired its new owner to resurrect it.
Introduced in 1969, the “see-through” Ampeg Dan Amstrong guitar earned its own modest fan club of top-name guitarists.
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