In 1965, Beatle John Lennon acquired an Epiphone Casino. It became his main axe from them on and one of the most collectible of vintage guitars. Now Epiphone has recreated this legendary instrument in authentic detail.
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The welcome return of an affordable workhorse
Power to the pedals, but with a twist
Hofner salutes the landmark Ed Sullivan Show appearance with a commemorative violin bass
On February 20, what would have been Kurt Cobain’s 47th birthday, Aberdeen, Washington is remembering its most famous native son with what’s been designated “Kurt Cobain Day.” The coastal logging community with a population of 16,000 was not fondly remembered by Cobain who committed suicide on April 5, 1994 at age 27. He often spoke of his unhappy life in Aberdeen, famously recalling the town as “Twin Peaks without the excitement.”
Definition, clarity, and punch for your sound
If you have an acoustic guitar that you really love, the last thing you want to do is gouge big holes in it in order to install a pickup. So if your acoustic doesn’t have built-in electronics, chances are you've checked out a whole mess of soundhole pickups, only to discover that most of them fail to convey the warmth and dynamic range crucial to a good acoustic sound.
The Strings for Strats!
A tone triumvirate of character
The strings on your acoustic steel string or classical guitar have a major impact on its sound and playability. If you’ve taken a look at Musician’s Friends huge assortment of guitar strings, you’ve likely realized that there’s a lot to consider in figuring out which strings are right for you and your instrument. We’ve written this guide with the details you need to find the strings that best match your guitar and playing style.