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Back in , Epiphone introduced the Excellente, a square-shouldered dreadnought with a lot of pizzazz, as its top-of-the-line acoustic. Intended to pair well with rhinestones and cowboy boots, the Excellente was no down-market Gibson—as were some Epiphones of the day—but was a unique offering that was well-suited to make its presence known on a stage. Between and , Epiphone sold only units of the Excellente before discontinuing it. The model saw a couple of reissues in the s one by Epiphone and the other by the Gibson Custom Shop and now the Masterbilt line continues that process. The maple neck features a series of cloud-shaped inlays on an ebony fretboard, and the large headstock sports a block inlay with clouds on the top and bottom and gold-plated waffleback tuners. While the original had Brazilian rosewood back and sides, the Masterbilt model replaces the rosewood with solid ovangkol, and the vintage feel of the solid Sitka spruce top is assisted by an antique natural aged finish.
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British pedal pioneer Roger Mayer once explained to me, over pints in a London pub, how his seminal Octavia worked. But it offers extra flexibility in the EQ structure that pays big sonic dividends. Inside, the circuit features MOSFET input and output amplifiers, with a high-impedance input buffer to help the pedal perform at any position within your signal chain.