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If you are reading this, take a few moments from being a dedicated follower of fashion down Carnaby Street, and think back to a time when the Jim more

Jim Burns - 'Britain's Leo Fender', as he is often described - was responsible for many fabulous creations. As a consultant for Baldwin, he came more

From time to time at Wunjos we get some really unusual, lesser-spotted stuff, whether it be guitars, pedals, keyboards, or basses. This is one more

Keeping a nice steady flow of Fender Precision basses coming through the shop is one of our big priorities here, and while 'original sixties' can more

Famous for being the company that Mr. Fender started after Fender, G&L have made some heavy gear. Responsible for the all-business Comanche, more

If you have arms like Mr Tickle, a back like Mr Strong and a wallet like Mr Abramovic, then you'd probably be considered a bit of a freak. I'm more

Doug Wimbish got around a bit. Now 60, the Living Colour bassist has played with Grandmaster Flash, Little Axe and Joe Satriani, as well as Mick more

Back in the 1980's, Jackson was one of the brands to have. Drooped headstocks, lots of pointy bits, wafer-thin necks and limitless power coupled more

The debate rages on: Can carbon fibre really be a better material for making things that we love than wood? It's stronger, lighter, doesn't warp more

Australian Oak is a little hard to come by in Cumbria, as is Brazilian Mahogany, Ebony and Bubinga. But that never stopped Chris May and the gang more

Rickenbacker, one of guitar's most iconic brands, are one of the rare cases where their basses are just as, if not slightly more, legendary than more

For quite a while, the Shergold company were nothing more than a factory building guitars for other companies such as Burns and Hayman. It wasn't more

Here at Wunjos we love a big dollop of the past. Some of our staff still live there, swathed in the archaic remnants of times gone by. One of the more

You've been playing bass for a bit, shlepping your trade round the rookie circuit with nobodies like Luther Vandross, Eric Clapton, Aretha more

Finishing on instruments is a deeply personal thing. Perhaps this is why we don't see acoustics in purple, or it could be that's just not cool. more

Lots of bassists go on about zing, clarity, top-end sizzle and so on, but these people are known as guitarists. Real bassists embrace the meat, more

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