Gear Review: Orange Micro Dark Terror

Street Price: $189 Overview Orange really revolutionized the amplifier market with its original Orange Tiny Terror series of "lunchbox" style guitar amps.  Typically about the size of a lunchbox, simple controls, lower power, "lunchbox" amps are great bang for the buck as far as portability, tone, and power.  Every manufacturer has a "lunchbox" amp now. ... Continue Reading →

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Guitar Memes, Vol 3

I keep having fun making these, so as long as the inspiration strikes, I'll keep it up.  Here is a dump of a bunch of ones I've made over the past few weeks.                         Cheers, Chuck Support This Blog Each Time You Shop On... Continue Reading →

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Firefly FF338 First Impressions

I finally decided to see what all the hullabaloo surrounding Firefly guitars is about. All the Facebook posts, message board posts, and videos surrounding these guitars has had me intrigued for a long time. Now, I fancy myself a connoisseur of frugal 6-string fury, but the idea of a $139.91 guitar with consistent praise still... Continue Reading →

Gear Review: Vox MV50 AC

Street Price: $219.99 Overview Vox made a splash a few years ago with the release of it's MV50 series of amps.  Touting a new technology they call "Nutube,"  they are an all-analog 50 watt compact tone machines.  I'd say it's the smallest amp head I've ever encountered without being in a pedal format.  With a... Continue Reading →

Gear Review: Mooer Radar

List Price: $147 I'll just start this review by saying this is one of the best pieces of gear I've ever bought.  It is safe to say that 95% of my guitar playing since I bought my Mooer Radar has utilized the Mooer Radar.   The world of Impulse Responses (IRs) has been growing drastically... Continue Reading →

Guitar Memes, Volume 2

I keep having more and more fun making these memes, so I'm going to try to keep them coming! Huh? Seriously, wear some hearing protection folks! Thanks, Musician's Friend I had fun with this format. Who else spent hours drooling over Musician's Friend catalogs in the pre-internet days? I would just read it front to... Continue Reading →

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