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Guitar Print Giveaway – The Winners

Rickenbacker 330 Fireglow

Thanks for to everyone who entered and left nice comments about the photography. The time has finally come to announce the winners of the Guitar Print Giveaway.

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Rickenbacker 330 Fireglow – Pics

Rickenbacker 330 Fireglow

And finally, here are some more guitar pictures.  This time it’s a 2009 Rickenbacker 330 Fireglow.

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The Beatles – Day Tripper

The Beatles Day Tripper


As I mentioned in my lesson post last Friday, my instructor gave me Day Tripper by The Beatles as my homework.  The song is pretty straight forward, nothing very difficult really.  I can play all the bits and pieces, but for some reason, I had the toughest time playing the song straight through without constant screw ups.  It took more takes than I’d like to admit to get what’s in the final video.

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Dan Auerbach – Trouble Weighs A Ton

Dan Auerbach Keep It Hid


This is the opening track to Dan Auerbach’s solo album Keep It Hid.  Dan of course is the guitarist and lead singer of The Black Keys.  It’s a great album and if you like The Black Keys you should check it out.  Actually, you should check it out even if you don’t like The Black Keys because it has a different feel.

The song is pretty straight forward.  Mostly G and C chords with a few D’s thrown in and a brief appearance by the Am chord.  There is a capo on the second fret.  You can find the tabs for the song here.

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Keeley Fuzz Head – Quick Review

Fuzz Head

As I posted last week, I went out and tested a EHX Big Muff Pie and a Analogman Sunface NKT 275. The one fuzz box I wanted to try but didn’t because nobody had one available locally was the Keeley Fuzz Head. When I was listening to samples of fuzz boxes, the Keeley was actually my favorite out of them all. But obviously you can’t tell anything about how somethings really going to sound off of a YouTube video. Even trying them out in the store only gives you a little idea of how it will work for you. It’s not until you get things home and use it with your gear that you’ll really know how you’ll like it.

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