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If you are after a review or an article we would be happy to talk about it! We like to do things a little differently when reviewing products. We like to review products in real life situations and also review them how I would use them. 

What we like to review:

  • Guitar Amps
  • Guitars
  • Guitar Pedals
  • Guitar Gadgets
  • Music Production Equipment
  • Live Music Equipment

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