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Jimi Hendrix Voodoo Child Stratocaster

    We can talk until we’re blue in the face about the plethora of reasons why Jimi Hendrix was the greatest player to ever strap on a Strat. No one has ever matched his blend of virtuosic instrumental prowess, intense emotional expression, Picasso-level attention to the colors and hues in his music, and masterful … Continued

Happy 60th Birthday to the Jazzmaster

It’s a celebration, Wildwoodians! This year marks the Fender Jazzmaster’s sixtieth birthday, so I thought it would be fitting to take a trip down memory lane to honor one of our most popular Jazzmaster models: the ’65 Thin Skin Jazzmaster! These offset beauties are a perpetual favorite among our staff, so I dove deep into … Continued

Bogner Amps at Wildwood Guitars

  Reinhold Bogner had been designing and building amplifiers long before leaving Germany for Los Angeles in 1989. Soon after arriving he quickly gained the respect and trust of many influential players including Steve Stevens, Dan Huff, Allan Holdsworth, Mike Landau and Steve Vai, with each of them seeking his skill to modify and custom … Continued

Mythos-Ology

Mythos-Ology Every single member of the staff at Wildwood Guitars is obsessive about their guitar tone to an extent that most rational human beings would find completely and utterly nuts. We don’t think we’re crazy—we just care about tone, we swear—but one area where our obsessive tendencies verge on unhealthy is our pedalboards. One of … Continued

Greg Koch Helps Choose YOUR Next Guitar Volume 3!

  Here at Wildwood, we know how hard it is to pick out a guitar. When confronted with such a vast array of absurdly good instruments, it’s easy to become paralyzed by the plethora of excellent choices in front of you. How do you decide on a guitar when every option is fantastic? Picking a … Continued

Confessions of a Slash Fanatic

When I was twelve, a friend of mine slipped me a copy of Guns & Roses’ Greatest Hits on a church trip. Every night that summer, I would tell my parents that I was going to go to bed to do my summer reading assignment (that year, it was Great Expectations), grab my portable CD … Continued