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  1. Brand Spotlight: Aguilar Bass Pickups And Electronics

    Brand Spotlight: Aguilar Bass Pickups And Electronics
    With over 20 years in the business, Aguilar Amplification products can be found in concert stages and studios across the globe while their preamps and pickups in particular have found a home in many of the world's best basses. What started off as an one-time collaboration between Dave Boonshot and Alex Aguilar (on what eventually became the infamous Aguilar DB 680) turned into so much more, eventually deciding to start Aguilar Amplification in 1995. They soon began creating a wide range of amazing products that went beyond just a better bass preamp, including heads, cabinets, pickups and even effects pedals -- all created with a superior engineering process that always kept the real world perspective of bass players in mind. With their personal goal of "constant improvement," Aguilar Amplification continues to push the boundaries of tone by contributing to every aspect of a bass's sound, built on the back of superior engineering, top of the line equipment and a deep dedication to continual refinement.   Check Out Some Great Aguilar Gear Below! Continue reading →
  2. Vintage Guitar Humbuckers For Blues And Rock

    Vintage Guitar Humbuckers For Blues And Rock
    Installing a set of replacement pickups is a great way to alter your instrument's tone so that it better reflects your own personal taste and style. While most of today's stock pickups tend to offer superb construction and high quality tone, there's nothing wrong with wanting something a little different! Today, we want to take a look at a few quality humbuckers that specialize in recreating vintage dual-coil tones that pair perfectly with the signature sound of blues and rock.  Continue reading →
  3. Brand Spotlight: Gretsch Electric And Acoustic Guitars

    Brand Spotlight: Gretsch Electric And Acoustic Guitars
    Since its founding in 1883 by German immigrant Freidrich Gretsch, the storied company has produced a long line of high quality guitars, banjos, drums and tambourines. Their electric guitars alone account for some of the most iconic designs and models in guitar history, played by several legendary ax-men including George Harrison, Chet Atkins, Brian Jones, Neil Young, Stephen Stills and Pete Townshend, just to name a few. Today, Gretsch is still manufacturing some the highest quality hollow-body and semi-hollow guitars (most of which include their famous Bigsby tremolo system), acoustic guitars, acoustic-electric and solid body electrics. You definitely cannot talk about the history of the modern guitar without giving a big mention to Gretsch!   Below Is Just A Small Sample Of Gretsch's Electric And Acoustic Guitars! Continue reading →
  4. Brand Spotlight: EMG Pickups And Electronics

    Brand Spotlight: EMG Pickups And Electronics
    EMG is easily one of the most popular pickup and electronics manufacturers in the music industry, delivering products that focus on expanding the versatility and range of an instrument's tone through modern ingenuity and time tested techniques. Their active humbuckers in particular have become a staple among the hard rock and heavy metal crowd, with famous players such as Zakk Wylde and James Hetfield having used their pickups for years. But the company is more than just active humbuckers, producing a range of pickups and electronics for basses, single-coil guitars and even acoustics. If you're a player that yearns for high output tone or loves the extended versatility of an active pickup system, EMG will definitely have what you're looking for.     Below Is Just A Small Sample Of EMG's Pickups And Electronics Continue reading →
  5. Video: Five Seymour Duncan Neck Pickups Compared

    Video: Five Seymour Duncan Neck Pickups Compared
    With more than 30 years in the business, Seymour Duncan pickups have become a staple for musicians everywhere. And here at PAL, we couldn't be more proud and excited to offer our customers the very best in ingenuity and tone that Seymour Duncan has to offer. In the video demos below, the guys at Seymour Duncan take five of their popular neck pickups and pit them against each other in rock, blues, metal and clean demonstrations. A Marshall is used for clean tones, Cornford for blues, Orange for rock and a Peavey 5150 for metal.    Continue reading →