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Godin Giveaway Winner PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 April 2010 21:46
Mark Kurucar of Lacombe,LA is our latest GuitarJamDaily giveaway winner. He is the proud new owner of a Godin Redline 3 guitar. The guitar retails for $895.
 
Guitar Jam Daily Giveaway Winner PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 07 December 2009 17:17

Lois Friedrichsen of Larkspur, CO was our latest GuitarJamDaily giveaway winner. She is the proud new owner of a Collings 360 guitar. The guitar retails for $2900.

 

 
Guitar Legend John McLaughlin #2 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 06 October 2009 14:00
Today, we have the second part in a series from guitar legend John McLaughlin. The video segment is from John's ultimate guitar workshop DVD collection entitled "This is the way I do it." John plays the Godin LGXT guitar throughout the video. Sit back and enjoy some great tips from John.

 
Guitar Jam Daily Giveaway Winner PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 July 2009 17:02
Jon Sterngold of Willits, CA was our latest GuitarJamDaily giveaway winner.
He is the proud new owner of a Wilkins Classic S guitar.
The guitar retails for $3180
 
Guitar legend John McLaughlin PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 July 2009 14:38
Today, we have the first part in a series from guitar legend John McLaughlin. The video segment is from John's ultimate guitar workshop DVD collection entitled "This is the way I do it." John plays the Godin LGXT guitar throughout the video. Sit back and enjoy some great tips from John.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Lqi1vyKBuY
 
Collings 360 Giveaway PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 17 July 2009 05:00
Collings 360

 


This month's GuitarJamDaily giveaway is a beautifully made guitar by master guitar company, Collings Guitars.  It is the 360 model in Tobacco Sunburst.  The list price on this awesome instrument is $ 2,900.
 

Click here to enter
PLEASE NOTE:
- One entry per person.
- Winner will be notified via email, and must respond within 48 hours or a new winner will be drawn.
- Winner's name and state of residence will be used on our website.
- International winners must cover all shipping/duty/customs costs.

Specs:

    * Body Length: 17 5/8"
    * Body Depth: 1 3/4"
    * Lower Bout Width: 13 1/4"
    * Total Length: 38 7/8"
    * Scale Length: 24 7/8"
    * Standard Nut Width: 1 11/16"

Strings:

    * Factory Strings: D'Addario EXL-115

Standard 360 Features:

    * One-Piece Solid Honduran Mahogany Body
    * Fully Carved Top
    * High Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer Finish
    * East Indian Rosewood Fingerboard
    * Ebony Peghead Veneer
    * Inset Amber or Black Top Hat Knobs
    * Custom Mini-Humbuckers by Jason Lollar
    * Hand Set Mortise and Tenon Neck Joint
    * 24 7/8" Scale Length
    * 50's Style Wiring
    * Tone Pros Bridge and Tailpiece
    * Sperzel Tuners with Vintage-Style Buttons

Available Options:

    * Optional Flame or Quilted Maple Cap
    * Optional Maple Neck
    * Parallelogram Inlays
    * Tremolo Bridge

Available Colors

    * Tobacco Sunburst (featured in giveaway)
    * Iced Tea Sunburst
    * Amber Sunburst
    * Cherry Sunburst
    * TV Yellow
    * Trans Orange
    * Crimson
    * Caramel
    * Rootbeer
    * Doghair
    * Jet Black



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Live Review: Brad Paisley - American Saturday Night Tour - Comcast Theatre Hartford, Connecticut: 6/13/09 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 June 2009 10:17
By Ken Volpe – GJD Contributor
One of the great things about Country music is that many of the artists are great singers as well as great guitar players. This seems to be somewhat absent these days in Rock and Pop music. Yes, there are exceptions in the world of Rock and Pop but the ratio still favors those on the Country music scene.  Brad Paisley certainly fits that bill with excellent vocal abilities and blazing guitar parts.
 
This is the third time that I have witnessed a live concert with Brad and his band.  To my ears they seem to be getting even better. The band is fuller and tighter sounding and Mr. Paisley himself has taken it to a higher level.  Another observation on my part was how the engineers really had the sound system dialed in and the video production was a perfect match for the music.
 
From a guitarist's standpoint, you really get to see Brad's versatility and dynamics throughout the night.  He plays a slew of Crook guitars and a wall of amplifiers and speaker cabinets courtesy of Tony Bruno Custom Amps and Dr. Z amplification.  Brad's guitar tones really cut through the mix and blend perfectly with the band.  Another thing that is very cool is how Brad is almost constantly moving around the stage while maintaining his composure with his vocals and his guitar.  That is the mark of a true entertainer.
 
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Behind The Scenes with Pedal Master John Landgraff - Session 2 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 04 June 2009 11:14
In Part 2 of Behind the Scenes, Ken Volpe sits down with pedal master John Landgraff. John talks about how his infamous Overdrive pedal came about and also about the limited run of custom amps that he builds.

Enjoy this session with John Landgraff!


 
Behind The Scenes with Mitch Colby of Korg USA - Session 3 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 03 June 2009 11:30
In Part 3 of Behind the Scenes, we sit down with Mitch Colby of Korg USA. Ken and Mitch discuss his role at Korg USA. They also talk about some of new exciting products.

Enjoy this Session of Behind the Scenes!


 
Amp Insider with Brandon Montgomery: The Dumble Zone PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 June 2009 10:16
Part 1

GJD: There seems to be a lot of misnomers about Dumble amplifiers in terms of the models names, voicings, serial #s, etc.

BM:  I agree but I don’t think any one really knows all the exact details except the man himself.

GJD: In your opinion, why is there such a mystery and lack of clarity around a lot of the details about the amps.

BM: Well, I think there is a few factors that come into play.  First off, there is a lot of misinformation based on hearsay and
just like anything else, inaccurate statements that get repeated over and over end up being what people believe.

Second of all, there are less than 300 Dumble amplifiers in existence.  They are scattered throughout the globe and no two amps are exactly the same.  Also, there are variations upon variations which again lead to inaccurate descriptions.
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