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    Vauxflores Eyecillator Synth By Chris Loeffler   We all love gear (that’s what we’re here to talk about)… it’s what we look for in gear that we differ. While some guitar players pursue the singing, smooth lead tones...
Michael Kelly 1965 Double Cut Electric Guitar By Chris Loeffler, Senior Editor       Revisiting a Legendary Design The 1960’s saw the perfection of the electric guitar, with codified body and pickup designs of the 1950’s branching o...
Expert Review: Taylor 150E 12-string Guitar             By Russ Loeffler     Let me start by admitting that I have wanted to review the Taylor 150E since the initial pre-release buzz last y...
    Vauxflores Eyecillator Synth By Chris Loeffler   We all love gear (that’s what we’re here to talk about)… it’s what we look for in gear that we differ. While some guitar players pursue the singing, smooth lead tones...
Make your own custom pedalboard with these cool modular units   One thing's for sure - guitarists (and bass players) love pedals. There's literally millions of stomp box effects floating around out there, with new ones being released practically on a dail...
Make your own custom pedalboard with these cool modular units   One thing's for sure - guitarists (and bass players) love pedals. There's literally millions of stomp box effects floating around out there, with new ones being released practically on a dail...
The electric guitar has come a long way over the last 50 years, rising up from the confines of the rhythm section in the early days of R&B to a full-fledged, versatile instrument that drives the sound of modern music. And perhaps no element of guitar playi...
Ahh, the theremin. It still captivates us with its eerie, warbly sound, not to mention the touch-free method by which it’s played (it just looks fun, doesn’t it?). Although some might say the theremin’s time came and went, it left an indelibl...
Modified right-angle version of the legendary SM57 dynamic microphone By Phil O'Keefe   Recording engineers are known for having a wide range of opinions when it comes to their preferred methods and tools, and that's certainly true of microphones. Ask any...
Drum Workshop – PDP Concept Maple Series  INTRO— About DW and PDP DW (Drum Workshop) began as a drum school in 1972, and in 1977  purchased tooling from Camco Drum Co. to reintroduce the 5000 bass drum pedal. And from there, history ...
Let’s face it. Playing gigs in venues that lack a PA system can be a drag. Hauling in cartloads of gear, setting it all up, dialing in your sound, then tearing it all down at the end of the show is a recipe for burnout. There’s gotta be a better wa...
Ernie Ball brings a new sonic color to your acoustic palate.                                  &...
If you're into mobile music-making, you'll want to check this out   By Craig Anderton                            &n...
Quick Take Review: Ray Luzier’s Double Bass Drum Techniques by author/drummer Ray Luzier (Hal Leonard, softcover, 54 pages, video access included) By Dendy Jarrett   INTRO Anytime I get my hands on a Hal Leonard publication, I can be confident tha...
If you're into mobile music-making, you'll want to check this out   By Craig Anderton                            &n...
By Stephen Lynch Bass tone and Ampeg have been pretty much synonymous for decades. The company’s tone stacks, preamps and speaker cabs have played a key role in setting the standard for what’s considered killer bass guitar sound. As a result, when ...
Let’s face it. Playing gigs in venues that lack a PA system can be a drag. Hauling in cartloads of gear, setting it all up, dialing in your sound, then tearing it all down at the end of the show is a recipe for burnout. There’s gotta be a better wa...
If you're into mobile music-making, you'll want to check this out   By Craig Anderton                            &n...
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