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Guitar Center has just announced a new sale that you might want to take advantage of. Through March 28, 2011, you can take $20 off your next order of $99 or more.
If you often find yourself surrounded by a sea of pedals and a wall of sound, this giveaway is for you! I’ve assembled a package of products from some of the most innovating gear manufacturers on earth, and it’s all going to one lucky person.
At Winter NAMM 2011, Bullet Cable introduced a new DIY patch cable kit, the SLUG Connector Kit. SLUG is far from the first solder-free patch cable kit on the market, but I think it’s the easiest to use, and the highest quality.
The good people at Sanyo recently asked if I’d like to check out a Pedal Juice, their new rechargeable 9V power source for effects pedals.
So what’s the Pedal Juice all about? The Pedal Juice could not be simpler to use. Unbox the Pedal Juice; charge it for a few hours; plug it into your pedals. That’s it!
Since I know how to keep with a good thing, I’ve now added an email newsletter to the mix. I’m offering a daily email, which will be delivered each morning and will include a link directly to the giveaway sign-up page. Or, if you’re pretty good about following this already, get the weekly digest, just to make sure you don’t miss anything.
If you’ve ever been jealous of a friend who saw The Rolling Stones or Jimi Hendrix back in the day, Robert Knight will make you green with envy. For over forty years, Knight has been what Rock Prophecies producer Tim Kaiser calls “the Forrest Gump of rock ‘n roll. He just had this knack for being right in the middle of history in the making.”
I just watched this fascinating TED video, featuring David Byrne, about the extent the sound of a building (or other environment) influences the style of music people write.
Bill Mendello, CEO of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, had announced his retirement about a week ago. Certainly big news, but we’d all been waiting for his replacement to be announced to the public. Today, Fender revealed that Larry Thomas, a long-time Guitar Center employee and Chairman & CEO from 1996-2004, will take over the reigns of one of the most-respected guitar companies in the world.
Jon at Guitar Noize is definitely one of the best guitar bloggers out there, and he always enjoys a good celebration. His site just turned three…which is an eternity in blog years! To celebrate, he’s pulled together a ton of great to gear to give away.