Well, I’ve come to that point where I now need to release an article a day to have this series finish on time. Luckily, I’m on holidays now and the remaining guitars are all guitars I’m super keen to be writing about. For example, the McSwain Guitars Fear and Loathing model is incredibly unique, super cool and ticks all the boxes for a guitar I’d love to own.… Another 52 Guitars, week 47—McSwain Guitars Fear and Loathing
This could be a lengthy post. Partly because this article will require imagery to help me explain what I love so much about Milanote. Also though, I may ramble on a bit because there is a lot that I genuinely love about Milanote. No time to waste! To the feature list!… Milanote—one of my favourite finds in 2020
When it comes to guitar body and headstock shape uniqueness, I feel like the Sturner Guitars 1129 is probably one of the winners in this article series. The geometric design for both is very different. Different and cool.… Another 52 Guitars, week 46—Sturner Guitars 1129
Regular readers of this slow moving and constantly late article series will know that I’m attempting to find Another 52 guitars that are all different from the original series I wrote back in 2013. The selection criteria is fairly basic at its core—find a guitar that offers something I don’t already have.… Another 52 Guitars, week 45—Equilibrium Guitars Masai
Here are some true and funny facts. Firstly, I am still way behind in my scheduling for this series of articles. Secondly, I shouldn’t be behind as the list is already written. It’s been written for a while now. Thirdly, when I recently caught up with a friend and he told me son had recently bought a guitar by Hamer Guitars, I thought “I’m pretty sure their Archtop guitar is in my article series”.
It was (unpublished). It now is (you’re reading it).… Another 52 Guitars, week 44—Hamer Archtop
I’m lucky enough to already have more guitars than my skillset warrants. My small collection allows me to pick and choose each day between something traditional and something a bit more … pointy. What if you feel the need to play something a bit pointy, but also a bit traditional at the same time?
That’s when the Frank Brothers Guitars Arcade would be incredibly handy. #want… Another 52 Guitars, week 43—Frank Brothers Guitars Arcade
If you’re reading this, you’re on my website. Aren’t the Interwebs awesome like that?! For all of my Interwebs domain wrangling and hosting, I use Namecheap. There are several reasons and I thought I’d use my own small piece of online real estate to point out some of those reasons why.
Let’s have at it!… Namecheap—it’s where I do my Interwebs hosting
Continuing with my late year catch-up game in the Another 52 guitars series is a guitar as unique as my apparent approach to how weeks work in a year. Luckily, the Diavolo by Prisma Guitars is a lot more impressive than my ability to schedule regular content.… Another 52 Guitars, week 42—Prisma Guitars Diavolo
There’s this guy I know and admire—let’s call him Brad—who has often mentioned his love for Novo Guitars. He may even have one of the Novo Guitars models himself—he absolutely does. So when I was putting this list together, I knew I had to look into the Novo options because Brad is wise.
When I discovered Novo Guitars had a whole other line using the name Rivolta Guitars, I became intrigued. Then I saw the Combinata VII and became sad. I was sad that I didn’t already have one of these guitars. Still, I have the ability to fix that one day.
Happiness returns!… Another 52 Guitars, week 41—Rivolta Guitars Combinata VII
At first glance, there may not be much that makes the Anderson Guitarworks Bobcat stand out from the pack. Upon closer inspection however, there are several finer details that make this guitar a serious contender for any other single cutaway electric guitar out there.
That’s why it’s in my list!… Another 52 Guitars, week 40—Anderson Guitarworks Bobcat