Seymour Duncan Announces The Nazgûl
May 16 2013 11:33AM
It's not just a pickup, it's a weapon of tonal Armageddon.
Stompbox Fever: Zoom MS-100BT MultiStomp Guitar Pedal with Bluetooth
Apr 22 2013 1:11PM
One hot guitar-technology trend is the incorporation of Bluetooth wireless connectivity, while another (encouraged by airline weight restrictions) is cramming the highest number of effects onto the smallest possible
Test Drive: Olympus LS-12 and LS-14 Portable Audio Recorders
Apr 22 2013 1:00PM
Every year it seems portable digital recorders sound better, offer more features, and become easier to use without getting more expensive.
Studio Tools: Royer SF-2 Active Ribbon and 3 Zigma Audio CHI Microphones
Apr 22 2013 12:49PM
While speaking to Royer Labs’ John Jennings at a recent AES show, I mentioned that I was planning to record a collection of unique and highly unusual acoustic instruments for an album I was working on, as well as creating a
Speed Rating May 2013: Four mini-reviews
Apr 22 2013 11:58AM
Plenty of distortion pedals promise “stack-like tones in a box,” but, while Providence’s new Stampede DT delivers that admirably, its fun factor lies in its other more varied capabilities.
Roundup: The Skinny on Six Pedalboards
Mar 25 2013 9:58AM
CRAFTING A PEDALBOARD FROM A PIECE OF plywood might be your first impulse if you want to end the madness of stringing a bunch of loose stompboxes on the floor, but the availability of quality, ready-made boards makes it hardly
Speed Rating April 2013: Four mini-reviews
Mar 21 2013 3:53PM
If Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters had a Rainbow Machine they wouldn’t have needed the bus.
Mobile Music Making: IK Multimedia iRig Stomp
Apr 22 2013 11:31AM
IRIG STOMP ($59) HAS THE VIBE of a rugged, pedalboard-friendly stomp-box. There are guitar In and stereo/mono 1/4" output jacks, an enable/bypass footswitch with status LED, and a Level control.
New Gear: May 2013
Apr 16 2013 1:07PM
PEAVEY ELECTRONICS SUPERMAN ROCKMASTER GUITAR Goodies Specially designed for DC Comics enthusiasts, serious collectors, and musicians of every skill level. Available summer 2013.
MOD Kits DIY Introduces Pre-Wired Assemblies For Guitar Modifications
Apr 2 2013 3:42PM
MOD Kits DIY announced the introduction of their new product line for guitarmodification—Pre-Wired Assemblies. Used to upgrade your existing guitarelectronics, MOD pre-wired assemblies enhance your overall tone and
Take a Stand!
Mar 12 2013 4:36PM
At some point, your mobile device will be stationary—like using your iThingie on stage, or sitting down and recording—so you’ll want to protect it from the thousands of screaming fans mobbing the stage (or an
Lindy Fralin Hum-Cancelling P-90s and Grosh 302 and 327 Humbuckers
Mar 12 2013 10:10AM
If you judge your replacement pickups by the specs, throw any preconceptions out the window where Lindy Fralin’s Hum-Cancelling P-90s ($130 each) are concerned.
Bose L1 Model II, B2 Bass Module, T1 ToneMatch
Mar 12 2013 9:28AM
When we experienced the firstgeneration Bose L1 system a while back, it was like a small and groovy miracle.
Mar 12 2013 9:20AM
The Junior packs 35 watts RMS and can drive its 5” speaker to levels that belie its tiny size.
Mar 5 2013 12:00AM
Ergonomic Switch Tips Available for Strats and Teles, these smoothly finished switch tips ($40 direct) are hand cast from white tombasil brass, which has nice heft, is impervious to wear, and has no plating to flake off.
Kiko Loureiro on Cross-Picked and Hybrid-Picked Arpeggios
Under Investigation: The Soulful Guitarists of James Brown
Rhythm Workshop: Sixteenth-Note Funk
Under Investigation: Larry Coryell and the Eleventh House
The Subtle Side of Slide
Is it worth it to buy a 19 year-old Yamaha TRS pro.
I guess Hag is done.
Leslie G37 motor problem
Coolest Acoustic Guitar Body Style?
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