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Guitar Wall Light

Sometimes it's good to diversify your home furnishings from the traditional Ikea/Target gamut. A little decorating excitement doesn't have to come in the form of a stripper pole or a wet bar, though both of those in the right context (i.e., together) have their merits. No, we're talking about lighting. Pottery Barn's ... continue reading
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Fine Picks Guitar Picks

Guitar picks are like matchbooks. You get them for free out of a little bowl by the register. They do their job well enough, they're used up quickly, and discarded without a thought. The guitar picks from Fine Picks are a far cry from this: made from exotic tropical hardwoods with names that sound like mosquito-borne ... continue reading
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Drinkwel Is The Multivitamin For People Who Drink SPONSORED

We down green drinks, work at standing desks and mess around with kettlebells to stay in shape, but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy knocking a few back at happy hour. Drinkwel is the multivitamin especially designed for guys who drink. The multivitamin was developed by two Berkeley grads to replenish nutrients, support liver health and process alcohol induced toxins so you can feel better about having those Double IPAs after you finish your run. Try it out, and if you aren't satisfied, they'll give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
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326′s Sound-Activated Drum Light

Remember that gadget where you'd clap and the lights would turn on? Creatively named "The Clapper" (in retrospect, it sounds like an over-the-counter Chlamydia medication)? Yeah, those were lame. But this Drum Light from 326 isn't. It's a snare with a sound-activated light inside. Smack it, and it instantly turns ... continue reading
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Listen to this: Big Boi & Wavves

Outkast’s Big Boi finally stepped out on his own to show the world just how creative and genius he is (Anyone ever doubt about this? Probably not.) by going solo with new album Sir Luscious Left Foot The Son of Chico Dusty. With appearances from Gucci Mane, Jamie Foxx and Janelle Monae, this CD is filled with perfect ... continue reading
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Listen to This: Wolf Parade + Band of Horses

While some fans of Wolf Parade may have been disappointed with their second album (first album Appologies to Queen Mary is excellent. Haven’t listened? Do it. Right now.), the anticipated third album Expo 86 has arrived and let's just say the band has redeemed themselves.  Another long awaited release is Band Of ... continue reading
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Listen to This: The Roots and Maps & Atlases

Philadelphia based alternative-rap group The Roots have finally released their ninth studio album How I Got Over. With appearances from artists such as Monsters of Folk, John Legend and Joanna Newsom, this record is one big melting pot of amazing sounds that just need to be heard. If experimental laid back rock is ... continue reading
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The Black Keys

Unless all the Gaga/Bieber/most recently T-Pained artist has totally melted your eardrums you've heard The Black Keys. You might not have known it at the time you were watching Zombieland or Dexter or Gossip Girl (your secret's safe with us) but you've definitely heard the blues-rock, kind of like the White Stripes ... continue reading
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Stone Temple Pilots

STP (the band, not the motor oil) had their heyday in the mid-nineties, where they successfully made fans out of nearly every hot-blooded young male alive.   For the last decade though, they've been more or less off the radar.  With the release of their new self-titled album, the Stone Temple Pilots return to form ... continue reading
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Gorillaz Plastic Beach

If you're anything like us (and we know you are) you have "purchased" an album only to find the only thing worth listening to is the single. Gorillaz Plastic Beach is most definitely not that album. Plastic Beach is an amalgamation of musical genres and vacillates between mellow, 80's synth pop and electric-backed ... continue reading
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Jimmy Hendrix Valleys of Neptune

After Electric Ladyland - long before many of us were born - the Jimi Hendrix Experience set out to create a sequel with studio time between February and May of 1969. Unfortunately, none of the fruits of their labor - these twelve recordings - were ever released commercially. Jimi Hendrix is constantly rated the best ... continue reading
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EverTune Guitar Bridge

If the only time your guitar was in tune was when the guy at the shop did it for you on day one then chances are you're not writing beautiful music that will impress girls. Luckily EverTune has got your back. When we first heard of EverTune we were skeptical, but when we learned how it works we were impressed. It works ... continue reading
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Flipper Guitar Spatula

Ever jam so hard that your guitar sizzled? (Sadly us neither, and we hear that's a requirement to even tryout for Tenacious D). But even if you can't crank out rockin' tunes you can at least turn up the heat with the Flipper Guitar Spatula. Made of pure rock 'n roll (and silicone) this axe is dishwasher safe and tested ... continue reading
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