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  • Acoustic or electric, everybody has their favorites – Takamine, Martin, Gibson, Taylor, Rickenbacker and even Zemaitis. Let’s see and…
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    Amplification of acoustic guitars is driven by one thing – how to amplify the natural sound of an acoustic guitar without altering the…
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  • Con 1946, Everette Hull, an acomplished pianist and bass player, organized a partnership with Stanley Michaels under the name…
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  • Discuss here about electric guitar amplifiers, how you use them for tone-shaping in live gigs, in your bedroom, in recording and other…
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  • The beauty of archtop guitars and how musical its tone can be discuss here with the rest of Pure Vintage Guitar members.
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  • Boutique Builder
    Boutique builders and aspiring ones are welcome here to discuss everything about building and other staffs with the rest of Pure…
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  • CF Martin Guitars
    C.F. Martin & Company (often referred to as Martin) is an American guitar manufacturer established in 1833, by Christian Frederick Martin.…
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  • Classical guitars are timeless and wonderful musical instrument to begin with. Discuss all the beauty of classical guitars here with the…
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  • Discuss here about custom shop acoustic guitars, what differs them from the other type acoustic guitars with the rest of Pure Vintage members
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  • Discuss here about custom shop electric guitars, a master builder’s masterpiece and a musician every wish to have.
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  • Discuss news and events here  with the rest of Pure Vintage Guitar members.
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  • purevintage-forum-fender
    Discuss here about one of our favorite name in musical instruments department, Fender, with the rest of Pure Vintage Guitar members.
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  • purevintage-forum-fender-amplifiers
    The first “Fender” amplifiers were manufactured by Leo Fender and Doc Kauffman, doing business as the K&F Manufacturing Corporation.…
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  • Discuss here about your beloved Fender electric guitars with the rest of Pure Vintage Guitar members.
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  • In the late 1940s, Leo Fender began to experiment with more conventional guitar designs. Early Broadcasters were plagued with issues;…
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