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The Top 10 Microphones for Acoustic Guitars
Here, we’ll take a look at the best microphones for recording acoustic guitars, across a range of budgets, to suit everybody from bedroom guitarists tinkering about on laptops, to the chief engineer at Abbey Road. #mic #microphones #review #guitarists via @theguitarspace
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A Closer Look at the Amazing Martin D-28 Guitar
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Eastman E10P Review
The E10P Parlor is known to be a guitar that is extremely easy to play for people of all sizes; it’s an instrument that is easy to hold and feels lightweight. The neck and the fretboard are half of an inch below the standard dreadnought length, which makes this guitar play like a real gem no matter the player’s size or preference in style. Read on to learn more about this guitar! via @theguitarspace
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Ibanez Prestige RGD2127FX: One of the Most Loved Seven-Strings
Ibanez originated in Japan, but throughout the years, they’ve had a large output of instruments from Indonesia and China. The Prestige range comes from its home country, and as such, is marketed with pride and, well… prestige! We’re in the price-range of enthusiasts and professionals, so the expectation of this instrument is that it will achieve a high-quality product all around, in terms of parts, construction, tones and playability. Let’s see if it does! via @theguitarspace
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The Top 2×12 Speaker Cabinets for Guitar Players Who Want to Rock!
If you’ve been thinking about getting a new 2×12 cabinet for your rig, either in upsizing from a combo, or downsizing from a half-stack, this list should equip you with some information to point you in the right direction for your research. #speaker #cabinets #rock #guitar #guitarplayers via @theguitarspace
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How to Choose the Right Guitar Strings
Before purchasing strings for your guitar, make sure you know what tension your guitar can handle, what type of guitar you’re playing, and what gauge you want to start playing on. Light gauge strings are easier for beginners to play on; once you’ve had some time on light gauge strings, you can build you way up to medium or heavy gauge strings. via @theguitarspace
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Mayones Setius 7 GTM: A Top Seven-String to Consider
Mayones do not make budget guitars. These are for the pros. Their Setius range is the closest to a regular Superstrat body, and comes in a huge variety of options. Let’s take a look at the parts, construction and sounds, to see if their high end status is justified. via @theguitarspace
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Epiphone SG Special Electric Guitar Review to Love
One of Epiphone most popular models from their lineup is the SG Special, as it has been seen in the hands of some of the most legendary guitar players. However, it’s also a popular model among players who aren’t so famous and that’s because it’s a guitar that fits within a beginner’s budget. Continue reading to know more its pros and cons! via @theguitarspace
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The Anatomy of a Guitar- Terms You Need to Know
You are most likely reading this article because you are a beginning guitarist. Welcome to the guitar world! As a beginner, there are at least twenty-one parts of a guitar’s anatomy that you should know about. There are two types of guitars: acoustic and electric. Check them out! via @theguitarspace
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Squier Affinity Telecaster Review For All of You to Love
Squier Affinity Telecaster is a great guitar for a beginner or just someone looking for a cheaper axe to throw around. It looks beautiful, the hardware is mostly reliable (including the tuners, which is noteworthy for a budget guitar), and the tone is surprisingly good given the guitar’s cheap price tag, although the stock pickups are admittedly a bit thin and hummy. via @theguitarspace
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D’Angelico DC Premier Review: Why I Love this Intermediate Guitar [2019 Update]
D’Angelico may not have as much brand-clout as other names, but in guitar manufacture terms, the six years since their relaunch isn’t a long time at all, and I expect to see a lot more about them going forward. This guitar is highly reminiscent of a guitar by Gibson and its Epiphone counterpart. #guitarists #guitarreview #review #guitars via @theguitarspace
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Epiphone LP Special II Review You'll Love
If you’re looking to get a cheap guitar that excels in the areas of rock, blues, metal, or other distortion-heavy playing, this would be a great option for you. With overall pretty good hardware and construction for a budget guitar, and a mahogany body consistent with the original Les Paul’s design, you’ll be pleasantly surprised. #guitar #guitarreview #review #guitarists via @theguitarspace
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The Best Seven String Guitars by Budget
We’ll look at the top five seven-string guitars currently available, across a range of budgets, considered in terms of parts, construction, tones, and playability. via @theguitarspace
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ESP LTD M-17: A 7-String Guitar We Love
This is a no-frills, all-fun guitar. If you’re looking to just make some noise, you won’t go wrong with the M-17. This is very much for the riffs though, and likely to suit rhythm players best. It’s not that it can’t do lead, it’s just that it won’t be as much fun, because it takes a little more to tease out a good lead tone that will cut through the rest of a band’s noise. via @theguitarspace
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Caparison TAT Special 7: The Ultimate Review
This is such a great guitar and definitely recommended for prog rock players looking to push some boundaries, while retaining a well-defined guitar sound. That’s largely to do with the quality of the materials used. Obviously, the cost makes it somewhat prohibitive. As with any guitar of this price, they don’t really lose value, and if you can afford it as an investment piece, it would be worth considering. via @theguitarspace