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Owner of Gear-Monkey.com message forum and Gear-Vault.com guitar webzine.

New ESP and LTD Guitar Models for 2011

New ESP and LTD Guitar Models for 2011

ESP Guitars announces 14 new guitars models, from signature guitars to improvements on high-octane successful axes. Available in both ESP and LTD models. See the list below courtesy of ESP’s official blog.

Line 6 Spider Valve MKII 112 Combo Amp

Line 6 Spider Valve MKII 112 Combo Amp

Line 6 Spider Valve 1×12 Comb Amplifier overview. ALSO … take a crack at winning this amp, along with the FBV Shortboard MkII Controller by watching the video. ROCK ON!

Winter NAMM 2010 – Peavey Butcher guitar amp head

Winter NAMM 2010 – Peavey Butcher guitar amp head

News provided by gear-vault.com for thetoneking.com. NAMM 2010–Peavey proudly announces the new Butcher guitar amplifier, a 100-watt, all-tube head that specializes in innovative versatility and timeless, brutal British tone.

Winter NAMM 2010 – Peavey PXD Vicious Series Guitars

Winter NAMM 2010 – Peavey PXD Vicious Series Guitars

News provided by gear-vault.com for thetoneking.com. Peavey proudly introduces the new PXD Vicious Series and the PXD Vicious Devin Townsend Signature Model, a 7-string baritone metal guitar designed to his demanding specifications.

Winter NAMM 2010 – Peavey PXD Odyssey Guitars

Winter NAMM 2010 – Peavey PXD Odyssey Guitars

News provided by gear-vault.com for thetoneking.com. Peavey proudly introduces the new Odyssey I and Odyssey II guitars to its award-winning PXD Series guitars, a new breed of extreme electric guitars built for speed, slicing leads and razor-sharp riffs.

Winter NAMM 2010 – Peavey Amp Shoot-Out Video: 6534+ and Butcher

Winter NAMM 2010 – Peavey Amp Shoot-Out Video: 6534+ and Butcher

Peavey have brought the guitar world two new hi-gain, hi-power guitar amplifier heads this year, which was displayed at the NAMM 2010 Show. The 6534+ (Plus) and the radically named Butcher can now be heard on video [scroll down] in comparison to the Peavey JSX, 6505+, and the relatively new Peavey 3120 head, thanks to TheToneKing.