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Description Fender 65Twin Reverb, guitar combo with original Jeff Beck Signature, original 65 Twin re-issue. Full tube, 85watts, 2x 12 Jensen speakers, 2x channels (normal & vibrato), Fender reverb and vibrato, t... more

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Description The Orange THUNDERVERB 50H Valve Guitar Amplifier Head, 50 Watts, All Valve, Black (Special Order). Versatile, Twin Channel valve amplifier designed specifically for guitar and bass guitar. The Orange... more

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Description Marshall AS100D Acoustic Soloist Stereo Combo - 2x 50watt, 4-channels, digital effects. Dimensions: 60 x 54 x 26.1cm. Weight: 21kg. more

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AdvantagesLightweight, Easy to play, Great beginners electric guitar

DisadvantagesDoesn't come with an amp unfortunately

...Introduction After listening to a lot of guitar driven bands over the years and with my daughter harping on at me that she wants a guitar for her birthday, I decided to buy a guitar for myself. I thought it could be something, both my daughter and I could learn together. I had looked at acoustic guitars, but I wanted something I could rock out with and I had heard that electric guitars are...

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AdvantagesIt is another Guitar Hero for your collection.

DisadvantagesIs not as good as other games in the series.

...My Purchase. I bought this game online brand new and still sealed for £9.99 which was for just the game which was fine by as at the time I bought this I had three guitar controllers already and you do need at least one to play this game, the vocal section will let you use a headset connected to a normal controller of course but it is not nearly as much fun. Presentation. Like many...

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AdvantagesSome electrifying passages where you can crank up the volume...

Disadvantages...but nothing very memorable tune-wise.

...What an unimaginative title I thought. Calling a Mike Oldfield album "Guitars" is like calling a Bond film "Licence To Kill" - it tells you less than you already know. Then I got it: guitars and nothing but guitars. No drums, synths or vocals. No Tubular Bells even. Is that the idea? Simple, but ambitious. Who else could even attempt this? "Muse" opens the album, it is a beautiful, mellow...

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