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Stepping Forward In Style

Join us as we tour the Reverend Guitars Headquarters in Toledo, OH. This quick look at what goes on inside Reverend is fun and informative.

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FIF : Troubleshooting A Noisy Signal Chain

If you're like most, you've probably noticed that your rig often has a varying level of noise in it, and that this level of noise depends heavily on the environment in which you're using your gear. In this article, we'll go over some best practices for hunting down and reducing noise in your setup.

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MIM: Build A Mojotone TS-1 Pedal Kit

Building a pedal kit is a great way to get familiar with a number of electronic components and the tools needed to work with them. Today we are assembling a Mojotone TS-1 Tube Screamer pedal kit one step at a time to hone our DIY skills!

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FIF : Replacing A Reverb Tank

Replacing a reverb tank can be a fairly easy repair to make, but there are a few other things we need to troubleshoot first. Take a look at a few best practices for diagnosing and repairing a malfunctioning reverb circuit.

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MIM: Building A Speaker Wiring Harness

Dive into the wonderful world of extension cabinet wiring with this quick tutorial. Learn how to wire up your own 1x12 and 2x12 speaker cabs.

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Fix It Friday : Diagnosing a Speaker Extension Cabinet

In this installment of our 'Fix It Friday' series, we will go through the motions of diagnosing and repairing a non-functional speaker cabinet.

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Make It Monday : Setting Up A Workbench

There are a number of things to consider when preparing a workspace for yourself. In this article, we will go over a few of the basics to have you up and running in no time.

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Tone Capacitors

Experimenting with tone caps is one of the quickest and cheapest ways to change the sound of your guitar. Learn about a few of the cap values and types and how they will affect your overall tone.

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The Importance Of Impedance

Electrical impedance can be a tricky thing to wrap your head around at first, but this article will put it into simple terms to help you get started.

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Speaker Cabinet Construction

In this article we delve into a few key elements of cabinet construction. Explore some of the things that make your cabinet sound the way it does, and get a better idea of what might be the best cab for you.

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Pickup Magnet Primer

There are so many ways the construction of a pickup makes it sound the way it does, and one huge part of that is magnet selection. Read on to find out some of the tonal characteristics of the most widely used pickup magnets on the market.

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A Brief History Of Brownface Era Amplifiers

After the Tweeds came the Brown and Blonde amps from Fender. Take a quick look at these lesser-come-by relics.

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A Brief History Of Blackface Era Amplifiers

The evolution of Fender amps is long and winding. This quick glance at Blackface Era Amps aims to give you a solid start.

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Mojotone Dijon Coupling Capacitors

Ever been curious as to where the idea for our Dijon caps came from? This article will give you the why, where, and how behind these caps.

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How To Choose A New Speaker

Taking just a few things into consideration can go a long way when it comes to choosing your next speaker. Let’s go over the finer points of speaker construction and what it means...

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Chicago School Of Guitar Making : Amps

Mojotone has been supplying amp kits for the team at the Chicago School Of Guitar Making for years. Their world renown Tube amp Building Class is well worth knowing about.

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A Brief History Of Tweed Era Amplifiers

Fender’s Tweed Era amplifiers are considered by many to be the holy grail of amp circuitry. Simple design, clear and versatile tone, classic aesthetics, and portability were all major selling points for these amplifiers.

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