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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

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

We all know Gibson's classic models, the Les Paul and the SG, and then of course the ES-335. Some of you clever ones out there may have even heard ...read more

The Harmony Rocket. An understated classic if ever there was one. Guitars like Gibson Les Pauls have found mass appeal and iconic status by blowing...read more

A pinnacle brand of 1960's guitar cool, the Teisco EP-8T is kind of like a 335 except in every way. Built at a time before the rules of electric gu...read more

Not that we're biased, but this '90s Grestch G6122 Country Classic II is a bit of a cracker. Built in Japan following Gretsch's relocation, the G61...read more

Okay, so here it is; our vintage 1958 Gibson ES-335. A serious big daddy and then some, this isn't a guitar for taking down the Dog & Duck, unl...read more

John Jorgenson is no fret slouch, so this Takamine JJ325SRC has been built to reflect this. Besides shredding wildly the Hellecasters, Jorgenson ha...read more

Hailing from a particularly heavy duty guitar company, this Collings D-3 Cocobolo is a proper dreadnought. Collings themselves acknowledge that man...read 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 or...read 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 th...read 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 u...read 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. Wha...read more

The most copied bass in history and the reason you're playing whatever you're playing, this vintage 1976 Fender Precision Bass is a woody warrior a...read more

While much debate rages on the internet and pedalheads foam over their keyboards with indignation at the idea of anyone using a BOSS pedal that was...read more

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