In 2017 Chapman Guitars introduced 29 new models to their lineup, keeping a handful of the old range as well. In this new launch, Chapman Guitars also divided the range into two distinct series, Standard and Pro. The Chapman 2017 Standard Series are meant to provide guitar players of all experience levels an incredible guitar at an affordable price, whereas the Chapman 2017 Pro Series is aimed at the discerning player with more discerning tastes and appetite for upgraded hardware.
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Building on the unquestionable legacy of Leo Fender, the guitars obviously have his aesthetic to them.
Everything is still built at the same factory on Fender Avenue, Fullerton, California.
G&L Guitars released the F-100, the first guitar produced. This featured two humbucking pickups, employing Leo's new proprietary Magnetic Field Design technology. It also used a complex active/passive electronics system, which pushed the limits of tonal versatility.
Soon after they released the ASAT Classic (Originally named the Broadcaster), ASAT Special, the S-500, Comanche, ASAT Classic Bluesboy, the Legacy, the SC-2, the Fallout and the Ascari. Many other designs have come and gone, while innovations still continue to be made.
The dual fulcrum vibrato, the saddle lock bridge and the tilt neck mechanism are some of the innovations that have come from the G&L factory.
In 2003 G&L Guitars introduced the Tribute series. The Tribute series offers many of the original designs, but built more affordably overseas, allowing guitarists a more affordable alternative to the USA models.
Leo may have left us, but G&L continues to design and innovate true to Leo’s spirit.
Although Strymon Pedals are designed and manufactured here in the United States, they are an international success. A massive success. In fact, we learned of their greatness through the folks at Andertons Music in the U.K. Funny how that works sometimes.
Strymon Pedals and power supplies, the Ojai and Zuma, use nothing but the very best components. They are designed by sound engineering geniuses (genii to be proper) and crafted by meticulous technicians before they leave the Strymon facilities.
We have never been so impressed by any electronic product in our history as we have been with Strymon.
We ship many BigSky, BlueSky, Flint and Timeline Delays every week to satisfied customers all over the U.S.
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