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Fender Acoustic SFX Review

This gorgeous little amp might be designed as just a Fender acoustic guitar amp, but it’s capable of so much more. Designed with simplicity in mind, the Acoustic SFX offers two independent channels and a variety of built-in effects. Patented SFX (Stereo Field Expansion) technology gives the amp a dynamic, wide, room-filling sound and both the Walnut and Natural Blonde color options bring a fantastic aesthetic to the stage.
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DG Custom Cables Review

Founded by Dustin Guthrie, a worship pastor in Colorado Springs, DG Custom Cables are designed to give instrumentalists a great-sounding, durable cable that they can custom order with any number of useful features. DG offers instrument, microphone and studio cables in three different configurations: standard, premium, and custom.
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Clarkboards Review

The brainchild of Caleb Clements, Clarkboards is a custom pedalboard company based in Costa Mesa, CA. Clarkboards works with the customer extensively to create the perfect board for each individual. Each customer has the option to get his or her pedalboard custom wired with handmade power and ¼" cables cut to custom length for each pedal.
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ESO Strap Review

Specialty guitar straps have been around for a while now, but it’s not often you see one built with the comfort and ease of the guitar player in mind, which is exactly what the ESO strap seems to target. With its natural curve and comfortable foam, the strap feels unobtrusive and sits naturally on your shoulder.
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Tapestry Audio Bloomery Review

The Tapestry Audio Bloomery is a brand new take on the traditional guitar volume pedal in a tiny footprint. At just 7.8" x 2.25”, Bloomery is one of the thinnest volume pedals on the market, which can save you valuable space on your pedalboard. Constructed from solid steel, Bloomery is extremely heavy duty and weighs a hefty 2.7 pounds.
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Boss DD-500 Review

The DD-500 is one of the first Boss pedals that, well doesn’t look like a Boss pedal, moving away from the single and dual footswitch chassis to offer a sleek, white enclosure with black knobs and true by pass switching. Some of the controls look familiar such as the time, feedback, effect level, tone and mod depth controls, but under the surface, the DD-500 is completely customizable and offers almost unlimited creative control for your delays.
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