Electric Guitars

  1. The Hottest Fender Stratocaster Parts And Accessories

    The Hottest Fender Stratocaster Parts And Accessories
    Lose the tip of your tremolo arm? Are your tuners getting a little rusty?  From neck plates to nuts and a whole lot more, we carry a huge selection of genuine Fender replacement parts that feature the same high-quality construction and specifications as those found on the original factory instruments. If you're in the need for an authentic Fender Strat part, you've come to the right place. Take a look below to see just a small selection of the of the best Strat parts and accessories that ProAudioLand has to offer. Continue reading →
  2. Brand Spotlight: PRS S2 Guitar Series

    Brand Spotlight: PRS S2 Guitar Series
      With only a few exceptions, high-quality American-made guitars have always been significantly more expensive than most imports. And while the overall quality of imported guitars has noticeably improved in the last decade, most players agree that American-made electrics remain the standard of excellence. This is what makes the PRS S2 Series so exciting and unconventional; a line of American-made guitars that retain the quality while being offered at an affordable price point. Manufactured in the same facility as the rest of their US-made instruments, the S2 Series merges the classic PRS playability and reliability with incredible value. Take a closer look at a few standouts from the S2 Series below. Continue reading →
  3. Vintage Versus Modern Telecaster Wiring

    Vintage Versus Modern Telecaster Wiring
    If you’re a Fender Telecaster diehard, you’re more than likely familiar with the two major accepted wiring schemes the main line of the instrument has seen during its life, known simply as Vintage (sometimes referred to as “Dark-Tone” or "Blackguard") and Modern wiring. If you didn’t know, these two wiring schemes represent a major turning point for the instrument and one of the few changes made during the CBS era that most players tend to agree as being a net positive. Sure, there have been subtle changes along the way, but the two mentioned in this article are the accepted standard when it comes to Vintage and Modern wiring schemes.   Continue reading →
  4. Reducing Feedback on Hollow and Semi-Hollow Guitars

    Reducing Feedback on Hollow and Semi-Hollow Guitars
    F-hole plugs are a common way of reducing feedback. Feedback in hollow and semi hollow body guitars is nothing new – it’s actually been known about ever since their creation. Back then, it wasn’t a huge deal as most guitarists simply weren’t using 100+ watt amplifiers, overdriven tones and maxed out settings – each of which contribute towards the...
  5. PRS Now Offering the SE Kingfisher and SE Kestrel

    PRS Now Offering the SE Kingfisher and SE Kestrel
    PRS SE Kingfisher (left) and SE Kestrel (right). ProAudioLand is excited to let you guys know that PRS Guitars is now offering its first two basses through the popular SE line: the SE Kingfisher and SE Kestrel. Designed in PRS’s Maryland shop, the Kingfisher and Kestrel both feature neck through construction for sustain and evenly balanced tone, but are...

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