Caroline Guitar Co - Megabyte Lo-Fi Delay

Caroline Effect Pedals – Megabyte Lo-Fi Delay – Now Shipping

New gear alert from our friends over at Caroline Guitar Company with the release of their new Megabyte Lo-Fi Delay. Inspired by the popular Kilobyte delay, the Megabyte expands on the lo-fi approach with two old school lo-fi digital chips for more delay time, tap tempo, trails or true bypass, and a nastier, dirtier runaway havoc. Live on the website now. Continue reading Caroline Effect Pedals – Megabyte Lo-Fi Delay – Now Shipping

Collings OM1A Julian Lage JL

Collings Guitars – OM1A Julian Lage

The Julian Lage OMs from Collings Guitars continue to be amazing guitars. Lightweight, powerful, with a surprisingly satisfying low-end responsiveness for an orchestra model, it brings vintage-inspired to a whole new level. Here with an Adirondack spruce top this traditional build, with a thin satin nitro finish, makes for an amazing lifetime guitar. Check it out over on the website. Continue reading Collings Guitars – OM1A Julian Lage

Fairfield Circuitry – The Unpleasant Surprise Fuzz

It’s always a fun day when we get a new pedal line in the shop, especially so when it’s something as unique and chaotic as the gear from Fairfield Circuitry. ⁠⁠Pictured here we have the Unpleasant Surprise Fuzz, with it’s stripped down aesthetic, this unassuming pedal features untold amounts of gain and compression to make for a squelching, squealing, and squawking good time. Check it out … Continue reading Fairfield Circuitry – The Unpleasant Surprise Fuzz

Fender – American Professional Tele Solid Rosewood Neck – Limited Edition

The whole staff is excited to have this Limited Edition Fender Tele in stock. Featuring a solid Rosewood neck and a pair of V-Mod Single-Coil pickups, this guitar was one of our favorite limited edition models in the NAMM Fender booth. It’s live on the website now with more photos, details and of course, free shipping. Link in the profile.⁠ Continue reading Fender – American Professional Tele Solid Rosewood Neck – Limited Edition

Repair Spotlight: Herringbone Headstock Repair – Byron Berline – Part I

Jim’s been working on the great Byron Berline’s guitars for years. As many of you know Byron’s shop, Double Stop Fret Shop, suffered a devastating fire last year, with many of the instruments destroyed or suffering damage beyond repair. Thankfully this herringbone survived, but did not make it out unscathed. This late ’30s Martin D-28 had previously suffered a break in the headstock which had … Continue reading Repair Spotlight: Herringbone Headstock Repair – Byron Berline – Part I

January 2020 Staff Picks

Josh Baldridge – Tom Anderson Electric Guitars – T Icon – Tangerine Pearl In-Distress Level 3I was able to get a sneak peek at this striking T-Icon during the National Associate of Music Merchants (NAMM) show earlier this month. I could definitely tell that it felt good while holding it in the Anderson Guitars booth, but I’ve really enjoyed having time today to sit down with … Continue reading January 2020 Staff Picks