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In this edition of Set List Reader's Choice, your favorite post is zZounds Signature Collection honoring a limited edition Jimi Hendrix Stratocaster by Fender.

I will let the post link above and the photos below stand on their own.



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zZounds Signature Collection

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zZounds Signature Collection

In this finale of zZounds Signature Collection, I am refreshing a post dedicated to Peter Frampton - 

Friday zZounds Showcase

Epiphone Limited Edition Peter Frampton Les Paul Custom PRO Electric Guitar
$749 OR 12 Payments $62.42

https://www.zzounds.com/a--3960264/item--EPIENPF



- Epiphone in action -

As always,
Play it!

Set List Reader's Choice

Due disclaimer - This post contains affiliate links and I may be compensated on any purchase made.

In this edition of Set List Reader's Choice, your favorite post is a tie -

zZounds Signature Collection

In Honor - George Benson

The Ibanez guitar brand has been George Benson's exclusive preference for well over 30 years - a historic relationship in music.  In the post, zZounds Signature Collection, I featured the Ibanez GB10SE electric guitar in George Benson's name and so will let the post speak on its own.

The post, In Honor - George Benson, details Benson's successes and honors - most notably being titled Jazz Master - the nation's highest honor in jazz as recognized by the National Endowment of the Arts.  I will let the post speak on its own.

With that said, there was one other George Benson electric guitar offered on zZounds -

Ibanez LGB30 George Benson Electric Guitar (with Case)
Natural
$1,099.99 OR 12 Payments $91.67

https://www.zzounds.com/a--3960264/item--IBALGB30



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