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Fender American Standard Double-Cut Telecaster

Guitar Lifestyle - 4 hours 52 min ago

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Fender is introducing this interesting guitar, the Fender American Standard Double-Cut Telecaster, as part of of its ’10 for 15′ Limited Edition series of guitars:

Fender is pleased to announce the release of the “10 for ’15” Limited Edition Collection, a series of 10 guitars that will be limited to 500 of each worldwide, only at authorized Fender dealers from March to December.

Fender instruments have a storied history and are renowned for their collectability and their ability to be configured in unique combinations. These 10 very special instruments simultaneously illustrate both points, with our most creative minds and talented builders creating several highly distinctive and compelling new guitars sure to become sought-after collector’s items.

The Double-Cut Telecaster evokes the classic Telecaster look, just with a double-cutaway design. The guitar features an ash body and custom shop pickups. I expect that traditionalists may not like it, but I like it.

 

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Carvin Jason Becker Numbers Guitar

Guitar Lifestyle - 5 hours 11 min ago

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I started playing guitar at a time that Jason Becker and Marty Friedman were gaining a lot of notoriety with their Cacophony shred albums. Sadly, Becker’s guitar playing career was cut short as a result of ALS.

Carvin has previously released a Jason Becker Tribute model and has now introduced a version of Becker’s custom-made ‘Numbers’ guitar. The guitar features an ash body, stainless steel frets, and Seymour Duncan pickups. and will be available directly from Carvin in February.

I Heart Guitar’s Peter Hodgson is at the NAMM show and has more details and pictures.

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Eric Johnson Blues Cube Tone Capsule

Guitar Lifestyle - 5 hours 43 min ago

Boss/Roland have announced a new tone capsule for their Blues Cube amplifier that has been created in conjunction with Eric Johnson:

Roland is pleased to announce the Eric Johnson Blues Cube Tone Capsule, a user-installable voicing circuit for the innovative Blues Cube guitar amplifier series. Developed with GRAMMY-winning guitarist and tone connoisseur Eric Johnson, the Tone Capsule changes the sound and response characteristics of the Blues Cube amps to provide custom voicings tuned and approved by the legendary artist himself.

Featuring Roland’s unique Tube Logic design approach, the reinvented Blues Cube amps deliver the rich sound and musical touch response of finely tuned vintage tube combos, along with convenient modern features and reduced weight. In developing the Blues Cube, Roland engineers integrated the ability to re-voice the amplifier via a Tone Capsule socket on the chassis, a powerful capability now unveiled for the first time.

Eric Johnson’s fluid playing style and exceptional tone are iconic, and his ear for meticulous perfection is well known among guitar enthusiasts. Desiring the same high level of sound, feel, and responsiveness that Eric demands from his vintage amplifiers, the Blues Cube team asked the guitarist to work closely with them on the Tone Capsule project. “I am very interested in pursuing new paths to getting tone,” Eric explains. “When the Blues Cube team asked if they could present an amp with new tone capabilities, I was intrigued.”

The Eric Johnson Tone Capsule takes the Blues Cube’s already great sound and fine-tunes it to suit the guitarist’s exacting requirements. Eric’s expert audio design captures his discriminating tastes in texture, voicing, and rich tone, enabling every Blues Cube owner to put the legend’s remarkable vintage amp insights under their fingers.

Eric is extremely impressed with the Blues Cube’s factory tone, and he likes the idea of having both the factory tone and his custom settings available separately. “Many guitarists may prefer the factory Blues Cube sound over mine,” Eric explains. “The factory tone will appeal to many kinds of players.”

“I’ve spent years finding amplifiers to suit my tonal quest and discerning criteria to get my sound,” Eric says. “I’m excited to work with Roland to create many aspects and persona of that sound in a more compact, tangible, and affordable version for all kinds of players.”

To learn more about the Eric Johnson Blues Cube Tone Capsule and the detailed story behind its development, visit www.RolandUS.com.

Here is Eric demoing the new tone capsule:

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Fender ’60s Lacquer Jazzmaster and Road Worn ’60s Jazzmaster

Guitar Lifestyle - 6 hours 34 sec ago

Over the past few years, I’ve become a fan of offset guitars and, in particular, the Fender Jazzmaster. So, I was excited to hear about Fender’s new Jazzmaster offerings: the ’60s Jazzmaster Lacquer and the Road Worn ’60s Jazzmaster.

Both guitars are made in Mexico, but feature some American-made appointments, including the new American Vintage ’65 Jazzmaster pickups. The Lacquer model is available in Surf Green, while the Road Worn model is available in three-tone sunburst and features relicing.

Here’s a demo of the ’60s Jazzmaster Lacquer by Chicago Music Exchange:

Here’s a demo of the Road Worn ’60s Jazzmaster by ‘N Stuff Music:

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NAMM 2015: Marshall 2555x Silver Jubilee Reissue

Guitar Noize - 12 hours 46 min ago

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“The Silver Jubilee Series was created in 1987 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the founding of Marshall Amplification and the 50th year of Jim Marshall being in the music business. The limited edition, all-valve Silver Jubilee amplifiers looked stunning in silver vinyl covering with chrome-plated control panel.”

Based on JCM800 2203 and 2204 Master Volume models, the Jubilee amplifiers were the first Marshall products with Pentode/Triode switching, which halves power output. The Jubilee Series featured an innovative preamp circuit which had three gain modes: Clean, Rhythm Clip, and footswitchable Lead Channel. The Bass, Middle, Treble & Presence controls, although shared between channels, were re-designed and offered more tonal variation than any other Marshall product had before.

Check out the Marshall product demonstration of the 2555x Silver Jubilee Reissue:

Here’s another video from Premier Guitar taken at NAMM just to give you a few more tone examples.

For more information head over to the Marshall 2555x Silver Jubilee Reissue product page.

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Dunlop Cry Baby Mini

Guitar Lifestyle - Sat, 01/24/2015 - 12:52

Dunlop introduced the Cry Baby Mini pedal at this year’s NAMM show:

Don’t let its small size fool you—the CBM95 Cry Baby Mini Wah doesn’t skimp on tone or usability. It comes equipped with the legendary Fasel inductor, a full sweep range, and three internally adjustable voicings—Low, Vintage, and GCB95. At half the size of a standard Cry Baby pedal, the CMB95 is perfect wherever space comes at a premium, such as on a travel board. To top it off, this pedal features true bypass switching and high quality hardware so that it can take a beating on the road. Save precious space without sacrificing tone and put a Cry Baby Mini Wah on your pedalboard.

I’m curious to try one of these and see how it feels compared to a full-sized wah pedal.  I wonder if it will actually feel too small. It appears to be about half the size of the regular Cry Baby pedal.

Here’s a demo and description that Anderton’s has published of the pedal:

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Ibanez TS Mini

Guitar Lifestyle - Sat, 01/24/2015 - 12:33

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An interesting new pedal from Ibanez: the TS Mini, a mini version of the venerable Tube Screamer circuit.  I like that they matched the color scheme to the full size model. I’m curious to hear how it compares to the larger model.

TS Mini Features
• Controls: Overdrive, Tone and Level
•100% Analog Circuitry
•True Bypass Switching
•Made in Japan

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Marshall Silver Jubilee Reissue

Guitar Lifestyle - Sat, 01/24/2015 - 12:15

One of Marshall’s announcements at this year’s NAMM show is the Silver Jubilee Reissue:

The Silver Jubilee Series was created in 1987 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the founding of Marshall Amplification and the 50th year of Jim Marshall being in the music business, hence the Silver Jubilee’s original ’25/50′ designation.The limited edition all-valve Silver Jubilee amplifiers looked stunning in silver vinyl covering with chrome-plated control panel.

Based on JCM800 2203 and 2204 Master Volume models, the Jubilee amplifiers were the first Marshall products with Pentode/Triode switching, which halves power output.

The Jubilee Series featured an innovative, if somewhat unusual, preamp circuit which had three gain ‘modes’: ‘Clean’, Rhythm Clip, and footswitchable Lead Channel.

The Bass, Middle, Treble & Presence controls, although shared between channels, were re-designed and offered more tonal variation than any other Marshall product had before.

The 100 Watt 2555 Jubilee head caused a sensation when it was launched in January 1987 and, because it was produced only during the anniversary year, it has since become a collector’s piece. But perhaps the real reason the 2555 acquired legendary status is because of the playing public, who took it to their hearts.

The 2555 was one of our most successful products out-right, and since it was discontinued in 1988 one of the most common questions we have been asked is, “when are you going to re-issue the 2555 Silver Jubilee?” So, by popular demand, we have created the 2555X, which is a modern re-issue of the 2555, with the same sonic characteristics and functionality.

There have been some feature improvements made to the 2555X. On the back panel the original 2555 had two speaker output jacks and a rather awkward Output Impedance Selector. For easier operation the 2555X has no selector and instead has five speaker output jacks ranging from 16 Ohm to 4 Ohm. We have also removed the Mains Voltage Selector from the back panel, as each 2555X amplifier is fixed to match the mains voltage of each country.

There are also some minor cosmetic differences between the 2555 and the 2555X: on the 2555X the handle end-caps are silver metal instead of black, the input jack nut is chrome instead of black plastic, and the Mains & Standby switches look slightly different to the ones on the 2555, as the originals are no longer produced.

I have no need for a full-size Marshall stack, but if I did, this would definitely be on the list to check out. Here’s a demo of the amp by Marshall:

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Seymour Duncan Releases The Vise Grip Compressor

Guitar Lifestyle - Sat, 01/24/2015 - 11:58

Seymour Duncan has released a new compressor pedal called the Vise Grip Compressor.

The Seymour Duncan Vise Grip is a studio-grade compressor designed for guitarists who want to take control of the dynamics of their sound, from a subtle smoothing-out of peaks and valleys to the most squished and pinched extremes and everywhere in between. The Blend knob lets you add as much or as little of the original signal as you like to the compressed sound, while the Mid/Full/High lets you choose the character of the blended signal. The Sustain knob determines how long your notes will ring out and the Attack control regulates how quickly the compressor reacts to your initial pick attack. Higher settings give you a late attack that lets your picking dynamics come through before the compression kicks in. And the Volume control does more than just let you match the output with your bypassed sound: you can also use it as a boost while taking advantage of the Blend and Mid/Full/High controls.

You can use the Vise Grip for everything from a simple dynamics adjustment – like a subtle or extreme increase in sustain, or a little extra clarity, body and volume for a clean solo – to more intense effects like a classic ‘squished funk’ rhythm scratch or a lo-fi, treble-heavy edge which is perfect for garage-band vibe. Then you can blend in just the right amount of the uncompressed signal and let the Mid/Full/High switch restore sparkle to the high end, fatten up the uncompressed signal for increased harmonic overtones, or simply make sure your effected sound remains consistent with your bypassed guitar tone.

Here is a demo of the pedal:

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Fano Guitars Alt de Facto ML6

Guitar Lifestyle - Sat, 01/24/2015 - 11:42

Fano Guitars introduced a new model at the Winter NAMM show called the Alt de Facto ML6:

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Photo from Fano’s Facebook page.

I know I’ve said it before, but I really like Fano’s take on combining classic designs into something new. They describe this one as “Tele-meets-SG”.

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Fender Sergio Vallin Signature Guitar

Guitar Lifestyle - Sat, 01/24/2015 - 11:27

One of the new guitars Fender introduced at this year’s NAMM show is the Sergio Vallin Signature guitar, which is an interesting take on offset guitars. Here is Fender’s description of the guitar:

Electrifying Mexican quartet Maná is the world’s biggest Latin rock band, thanks in no small part to the masterful guitar work of Sergio Vallín. Fender and Vallín have now collaborated closely on the Sergio Vallín Signature guitar model, one of the most distinctive instruments in the Fender Artist series. With a brand-new offset body shape, tonally versatile HSS pickup layout with special switching, and other special appointments, it’s a bold new Fender design loaded with pure Vallín sound, personality and playability.

I’m not sure about the rotary dial pickup switching, but I think the guitar looks interesting and shows that there’s still room for modern designs that evoke the guitars of the past. The guitar will be available in mid-February in Olympic White, Black, Sunburst, and Hot Rod Red.

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Epiphone Ltd. Ed. Gary Clark Jr. Blak & Blu Casino

Guitar Lifestyle - Sat, 01/24/2015 - 10:59

One of the new models that Epiphone introduced at this year’s Winter NAMM show is the Ltd. Ed. Gary Clark Jr. “Blak and Blu” Casino. I really enjoy Clark’s music and he has brought more attention to the Casino models, so I’m glad to see that he’s getting the recognition of a signature model. The differences between Clark’s signature model and the standard Casino include American-made P-90 pickups and a  black-and-blue finish.

Here are the details from Epiphone:

Epiphone is proud to present the debut of GRAMMY™ winner Gary Clark Jr.’s premier signature model, the Ltd. Ed. Gary Clark Jr. “Blak & Blu” Casino featuring Gibson USA P-90 pickups and available with either a traditional trapeze tailpiece or a legendary Bigsby® B70 Vibrato.

Clark’s new Ltd. Ed. Signature “Blak & Blu” Casino is a Laminated Maple, 5-ply (Maple/Birch) hollowbody finished in Clark’s custom new “Blak & Blu” Burst color finish with single-ply white binding around the top and back. The Mahogany neck has 22 medium jumbo frets and a 1960′s SlimTaper™ D Profile that’s inspired by the best vintage Casino’s in Epiphone’s collection. Like vintage models, the neck joint is glued to the body at the 16th fret. And just like classic vintage Casinos, the “Blak & Blue” features Gibson USA P-90 pickups. Two optional hard cases are available in black and 1960s gray vintage style.

“I pretty much knew from day one that I needed a few things for my arsenal and the Epiphone Casino is the one guitar that always stood out,” said Clark. “Getting my first Casino changed my life. And my new Ltd. Ed. Epiphone “Blak & Blue” Casinos are amazing guitars. They’re a dream. I love ‘em!”

The Gary Clark Jr. signature Casinos will be available in Spring 2015.

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NAMM 2015: Fender Sergio Vallin Signature Model

Guitar Noize - Sat, 01/24/2015 - 02:55

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I’ll admit I have no idea who Servio Vallin is (apparently he is in Mexican quartet Maná the world’s biggest Latin rock band) but I think this is a very interesting signature Fender model as it seems more based on a pawn shop model than most signature models. In fact this is an all new body shape which is sort of an offset Stratocaster. The wood combination is classic Fender with an Alder body, Maple neck and Rosewood fretboard, but the controls and trem definitely have a unique look with a chrome plate under the trem with Sergio’s signature engraved into it.

Check out the full specs of the Fender Sergio Vallin Signature model here.

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NAMM 2015: Blackbird El Capitan acoustic released made of Ekoa® linen

Guitar Noize - Sat, 01/24/2015 - 02:27

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Press Release
El Capitan is Blackbird Guitar’s latest model which debuts at the 2015 NAMM Show built on the concept shown last year. The small jumbo model has the tone and vibe of a vintage wood instrument, but is actually crafted of Ekoa®. The natural fiber composite is mostly made of low-density linen that rivals the tone of the best wood with stiffness in two directions rather than the simply one. Ekoa® is not only more tonally responsive but also exceptionally durable as well as humidity and temperature stable. El Capitan is the first guitar constructed of the new high-performance, ecological composite and a major step forward in premium acoustic materials from the industry standard old growth wood.

El Capitan’s enhanced resonance is driven by the Ekoa® double top soundboard as well as Blackbird’s celebrated hollow neck, unibody construction. In 2013, after years of research, Blackbird introduced their first Ekoa® built instrument Clara. The game-changing ukulele is widely considered the most powerful concert ukulele available. Building on this success, San Francisco-built El Capitan is a next generation guitar with unmatched dynamic response, old-school feel and a worry-free playing experience. This ground-breaking instrument will be available February 2015 complete with ergonomically sculpted slothead, truss rod and deluxe soft case. Street pricing starts at $2995.

Ekoa® materials are produced by San Francisco-based sister company Lingrove and are poised to revolutionize the music industry as a superior alternative diminishing wood stocks.

https://www.blackbirdguitar.com/

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NAMM 2015: Ibanez JS25ART Anniversary Signature Joe Satriani Guitar

Guitar Noize - Sat, 01/24/2015 - 02:05

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I’ve been a massive Joe Satriani fan since I picked up the electric guitar in 1988 and immediately wanted an Ibanez JS the moment they were released in 1990, it wasn’t actually until 2008 that I bought one, a black pearl JS1000. It was a great guitar, sounded fantastic, but as G.A.S. took hold of me (as it does regularly) I ended up selling it to fund my Suhr S4. Hey at least I finally followed through on my plan to buy one.

So just to make me and everyone else who started playing guitar around that time it is the 25th Anniversary this year of the Ibanez JS Series and there have been some fantastic models over the years and they continue to evolve to meet Joe’s demanding requirements. One of the coolest pair of guitars I ever saw played live were Satch’s Black Dog and Donnie (a JS3 painted by Donnie Hunt) and I thought the hand painted and scribbled graphics were fantastic so it is very fitting that for the anniversary Ibanez invited Joe to draw custom graphics on a load of bodies that would be sold as limited edition models, I’ve read that 50 guitars will be produced and it appears they will follow the more recent JS2400 model with 24 frets and single coil sized Satch Track humbucker. I guess that’s just based on what Joe plays now but personally if I was going to be able to stump up the $8000 needed to buy one of these limited edition guitars I would want the original 22 fret 2 humbucker JS Model. Anyway check out this awesome video below to see Joe Satriani and a set of Sharpies customising the JS bodies.

Here is a great photo of one of the completed guitars:
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NAMM: Jackson Misha Mansoor HT6 & HT7

I Heart Guitar - Fri, 01/23/2015 - 18:59
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Jackson Artist Signature Misha Mansoor Juggernaut Bulb HT6

PRESS RELEASE: Jackson is proud to announce the latest addition to its Artist Signature series instruments, the Misha Mansoor Juggernaut HT6 and HT7 guitars. Misha Mansoor is acclaimed for his masterful guitar work in fashioning the progressive metal of Periphery. Now, the esteemed Djent-leman himself and Jackson have collaborated closely on the Misha Mansoor Juggernaut HT6 and HT7 guitars, brand-new models like nothing else Jackson has ever seen—or heard—before. The instrument is crafted with a distinctive Jackson body shape inspired by the Dinky, with sleekly scalloped horns, a comfortably contoured neck heel and a gorgeous AAA quilt maple top on trans-finish models. The bolt-on quartersawn maple neck is sculpted with Mansoor’s own custom profile, and features graphite reinforcement, ivoroid binding and heel-end thumbwheel truss rod adjustment.

The 20”-radius ebony fingerboard is crafted with 24 stainless steel jumbo frets, piranha inlays and Luminlay fluorescent side dots. The guitar’s tonally versatile sound comes from Mansoor’s dual direct-mount signature Bare Knuckle “Juggernaut” humbucking pickups with black covers, five-way switching and a push-pull (on/off) master tone knob. Other premium features include a Jackson reverse AT1 headstock with three Hipshot open-gear locking tuners on each side, Hipshot hard-tail bridge, single volume control knob, black hardware and more. Available in Amber Tiger Eye, Laguna Burst, Matte Black, Matte Blue Frost and Silverburst Sparkle finishes. Includes custom black Jackson case with blue edges and Mansoor’s “Bulb” logo.

In addition, Jackson is offering the “Bulb” versions of the HT6 and HT7 models, which feature a special Periphery “P” inlay at the 12th fret, dual direct-mount signature Bare Knuckle “Juggernaut” humbucking pickups with brushed nickel covers and engraved “Bulb” logo, and a black anodized brushed aluminum rear cavity cover with laser-etched “Bulb” logo.

For more information and to find a dealer near you, go to www.jacksonguitars.com.

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NAMM: ESP 40th Anniversary Exhibition Limited 2015 Collection

I Heart Guitar - Fri, 01/23/2015 - 17:57
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ESP celebrates its 40th Anniversary next year, and they’ve unveiled the 40th Anniversary Exhibition Limited 2015 collection of very special guitars and basses designed to showcase the skills and creativity of their craftsmen and the quality of the materials they work with.

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Taylor Expression System Baby Pickup

I Heart Guitar - Fri, 01/23/2015 - 17:47
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PRESS RELEASE: For the ultimate on-the-go, plug-and-play experience, Taylor Guitars is announcing the addition of the Expression System Baby™ pickup to its line of popular travel guitars, the Baby Taylor Series. The Expression System Baby, or the ES-B, is based on Taylor’s patented behind-the-saddle pickup, the Expression System 2, which features three uniquely positioned and individually calibrated piezo sensors.


The location of the sensors enables a more dynamic range of acoustic sound to be captured than ever before. The ES-B is powered by an onboard preamp that incorporates volume and tone controls, plus
another handy feature: a built-in digital chromatic tuner. The integrated electronics blend exceptional amplified tone and tuning capabilities into an all-in-one system for a seamless plug-and-play experience.
The new models include the three-quarter-size Dreadnought Baby Taylor, the Baby Taylor Mahogany, and the Taylor Swift Baby Taylor, along with the 15/16-scale Big Baby Taylor. All models feature a solid
wood top (mahogany or Sitka spruce), layered sapele back and sides, and a genuine ebony fretboard and bridge. The ultra-portable Baby Taylor models are perfect for beginners, as a travel guitar, or for alternate tunings. Now paired with the ES-B pickup, players can record, plug-in or perform just about anywhere.

The electronics-equipped models will be designated with the addition of “e” as Baby Taylor-e, Baby Mahogany-e, Taylor Swift Baby Taylor-e, and Big Baby Taylor-e, and will be available at authorized Taylor dealers in February. To locate a dealer, please visit http://www.taylorguitars.com/dealers

To experience the guitars during the 2015 NAMM Show, please visit the Taylor Guitars Showcase on the second floor, Room 213 ABC.

For additional news from Taylor Guitars, please visit:
www.taylorguitars.com/news
www.twitter.com/TaylorGuitars

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Totally Guitars Weekly Wrap Up January 23rd, 2015

On The Beat with Totally Guitars - Fri, 01/23/2015 - 16:53
Acoustic Guitar Lessons from Totally Guitars Totally Guitars News Podcast Today I spent most of my allotted time playing bits and pieces of most of the tunes I have been working on lately. Quite a few even turned into complete play throughs, warts and all. I was sort of looking at today as a mid-term […]
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Taylor Guitars – The Expression System Baby™ Pickup with Onboard Tuner

Guitar International - Fri, 01/23/2015 - 07:43

Press Release

Source: Taylor Guitars

For the ultimate on-the-go, plug-and-play experience, Taylor 
Guitars is announcing the addition of the Expression System Baby™ pickup to its line of popular travel
guitars, the Baby Taylor Series. The Expression System Baby, or the ES-B, is based on Taylor’s patented behind-the-saddle pickup, the Expression System 2, which features three uniquely positioned and individually calibrated piezo sensors.

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The location of the sensors enables a more dynamic range of acoustic sound to be captured than ever
before. The ES-B is powered by an onboard preamp that incorporates volume and tone controls, plus
another handy feature: a built-in digital chromatic tuner. The integrated electronics blend exceptional
amplified tone and tuning capabilities into an all-in-one system for a seamless plug-and-play experience.
The new models include the three-quarter-size Dreadnought Baby Taylor, the Baby Taylor Mahogany,
and the Taylor Swift Baby Taylor, along with the 15/16-scale Big Baby Taylor. All models feature a solid
wood top (mahogany or Sitka spruce), layered sapele back and sides, and a genuine ebony fretboard and bridge. The ultra-portable Baby Taylor models are perfect for beginners, as a travel guitar, or for alternate tunings. Now paired with the ES-B pickup, players can record, plug-in or perform just about anywhere.

The electronics-equipped models will be designated with the addition of “e” as Baby Taylor-e, Baby
Mahogany-e, Taylor Swift Baby Taylor-e, and Big Baby Taylor-e, and will be available at authorized
Taylor dealers in February. To locate a dealer, please visit http://www.taylorguitars.com/dealers

To experience the guitars during the 2015 NAMM Show, please visit the Taylor Guitars Showcase on the second floor, Room 213 ABC.

 

 

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