Knaggs Seven X Guitar – Prices start at $3456
Based on their successful Severn model, Knaggs Guitars announced the addition of the Severn X. Available pick-up configurations include SSS, HSS, HSH and HH versions and Knaggs’ proprietary Hinge Tremolo, driving increased string vibration into the center of the body thus creating additional sustain and response. The Severn X will be available in all 3 Tiers and features a 1.65” nut and taper, 14” finger board radius, EVO jumbo fret wire, modern Gotoh locking tuners and a 5-way super blade switch providing an array of additional sounds. Joe Knaggs said: “Due to requests from artists and customers for a more modern feel, we developed the Severn X. We will continue the classic 6- on-a-side guitar that the original Severn was based around, so we did not change the original. Instead, we added the Severn X to offer an instrument with a different vibe”. For More information visit http://knaggsguitars.com/knaggs-guitars-introduce-severn
Gibson Bob Dylan SJ-200 Players Edition – Retail $4999
The Bob Dylan SJ-200 Player’s Edition translates Bob’s personal highly customized SJ-200 into a stellar instrument for today’s performing artist, creating a guitar that marries the deep tradition of the “King of the Flat-tops” with the finest tonewoods and elegant appointments. A body of flamed maple back and sides and Adirondack Spruce top in Vintage Sunburst finish is dressed in multi-ply binding, ornate double pickguards, and traditional moustache bridge. The flamed three-piece maple neck with rosewood stringer carries a select rosewood fingerboard with pearl Bella Voce inlays, and a bound headstock with pearl Gibson logo, Bob Dylan “eye logo” decal. An L.R. Baggs™ Anthem® pickup lets you take it straight from studio to stage, and it all comes protected in a fitted hardshell case with plush purple lining. Reserve yours now at your authorized Gibson Montana dealer. For more information visit http://www.gibson.com/Products/Acoustic-Instruments/2014/Bob-Dylan-SJ-200-Players-Ed.aspx
Guitar Amplifier Encyclopedia List Price $19.99 Kindle Price $9.99
This book is for the fans of guitar amplifiers and the history that lies behind them. Starting with early amp models like the Gibson EH-150 that was first used with Gibson’s EH-150 lap-steel guitar and later the Charlie Christian ES-150 guitar, it then delves into the development of Fender, Vox, and Orange amps, and goes right up to the modern boutique designers like Industrial, Dr. Z, Fargen and Fuchs. Also featured are such tube amp classics as the Seymour Duncan Convertible head, ahead of its time in offering tube-switching before THD Amps existed. Other amp designers profiled include: Carvin, Danelectro/Silvertone, Engel, Epiphone Premier, Roland, Seymour Duncan and many, many more! For more information visit http://allworth.com/titles/1060-9781621534990-guitar-amplifier-encyclopedia
Roland JC-22 Jazz Chorus Amplifier- Street Price $399
The JC-22 Jazz Chorus delivers Roland’s classic JC clean tone and famous Dimensional Space Chorus effect in a compact amp that’s perfect for playing at home. Offering the essential features of the popular JC-40 in an even more scaled-down size, this versatile stereo amp is also great for intimate performances and recording. A high-quality reverb complements the onboard chorus, and there’s also a stereo input on the front panel for plugging in modelers, multi-effects, and stereo stomps. Built to the same standards of sound and durability that the long-running amp series is noted for, the JC-22 makes legendary JC tone more accessible than ever.
Two independent power amps and custom-designed speakers deliver the genuine clean sound of the larger JC amps, while the trademark Dimensional Space Chorus effect fills the room with immersive 3D sound. The amp also includes a great-sounding reverb that operates in true stereo for rich, expansive tone.
The JC-22’s rear panel is outfitted with lots of connectivity. The effects loop works with mono or stereo devices and offers selectable serial or parallel operation. Line Out jacks provides a convenient mono or stereo feed to a mixing board or recorder, while the headphones jack is great for quiet practice. Users can also connect optional footswitches to turn the JC-22’s chorus and reverb effects on/off while playing. For more information visit https://www.roland.com/us/products/jc-22/