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Arrr shiver me timbers and place money in the ground for future collection; it's a new Ernie Ball shape! A company with a long history of deliverin...read more

For those of you who haven't heard of Paul Brett, here's a quick synopsis. A truly mesmerising 12-string specialist, Brett has worked with, amongst...read more

Bo Diddley, Eddie Cochrane, John Frusciante, Neil Young, Tim Armstrong and Patrick Stump. What do all these players have in common? Gretsch. Fred's...read more

As electric guitars go, there's none quite so 'accessible' than a Club, if you'll pardon the pun. Specifically, the Hofner Club Model 60, a thinlin...read more

The very nature of Wunjos, as you all know, is that every time you walk in the door, there's something you've never seen before. Whether that's a f...read more

You've got to hand it to the Italians; they knew how to make it weird. If someone said 'strange guitars' to you, you'd most likely head immediately...read more

Although Oahu isn't a name that springs immediately to mind when discussing guitars – the ukelele, perhaps – they were a very interesti...read more

The banjo and mandolin are two key instruments in folk and blues, not to mention traditional Celtic music, but it's important to look good as well ...read more

While we at Wunjos endeavour to stay on trend with what's happening in the guitariverse, it's worth remembering that before the Fenders, Gibsons, D...read more

Basses like these make you realise that Fender despite all the changes and upheaval they have been through since the company started are extremely ...read more

Just when you thought Dave Smith couldn't get any better, they raise the bar again. This is what the man himself calls 'the ultimate mono synth', a...read more

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