As I’ve said in past reviews of Fender-style instruments, there is something about the simplicity and familiarity of the form that can reveal more about an instrument designer than even the most fancy boutique bass can. As in music itself, wherein limitations of form, harmony, and aesthetic can provide the essential boundaries against which tension …
Continue reading "Modern Vintage MVJ4-66 & MVP4-62 Basses Review"
Vivid Guitar just did a round up of the best Tele-Style guitars that are not made by Fender. K-Line's Truxton Tele-Style guitar is on the list! What They Said About The K-Line Truxton Guitar K-Line is the product of St. Louis, Missouri-based Chris Kroenlein, and his Truxton t-style guitar is a killer take on the …
Continue reading "The Best Telecaster-Style Guitars Not Made By Fender"
Modern Vintage Guitars has added two new colours to their line up; Shell Pink and Sonic Blue. These new colours will be available on both guitar and bass models. We have a shipment of basses with the new colours arriving in September .
Continue readingModern Vintage Guitars Adds New Colours
Sneak preview of our Black Volt HAWK guitar amps in production at the factory. Each amp is one-of-a-kind and handmade. The cabinets are made of old seasoned reclaimed wood and the tube amp is point-to-point wired. https://www.youtube.com/embed/DNORVKheZfs
Continue readingBlack Volt Amplification HAWK Guitar Amps In Production
The new GR Bass AeroTech carbon fiber bass cabinets in production. These cabinets feature aerospace technology and are the lightest bass guitar cabinets in the world. We'll have then soon for the Canadian bass player market.
Continue readingGR Bass AeroTech Bass Speaker Cabinets In Production
Ed Friedland, 'The Bass Whisperer', reviews and plays the new Modern Vintage MVJ4-66 4-string bass. He thoroughly explains the build features and the importance of the construction. Ed also does great demo of the sonic range of the bass. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3RljkWK_l8
Continue readingModern Vintage MVJ4-66 Bass Review By Ed Friedland