When talking about guitar tone, guitarists usually bunch amp sounds into three main categories: Marshall, Fender, and Vox. These backline icons have individually shaped the guitar sounds we know and love to the point that most new amps simply make reference to which one of
Labels can often be detrimental to a genre of music, and they sure have been unkind to one of Metals most commercially successful offshoots; Nu Metal. Are they warranted, not always! However daft Nu Metal appears on the surface, underneath the questionable fashion choices and
Let’s get straight to the point, we’re going to talk about guitar pickups, the variations in pickups, why you would use different types of pickups and guitars for distinctive tones. We do have our favourites but there have definitely been occasions where we have used
For most musicians, the correct tuner can make all the difference when it comes to enjoying your instrument and creating a hassle-free setup. Tuning an instrument is not the most romantic part of your music-making adventure, but it is arguably one of the most important.
Having the Source Audio Collider for a week has been a blast, it’s without a doubt one of the nicest sounding pedals of its kind out there. Impressive specs and numbers are one thing, but the sound is obviously most important — and it absolutely
The weird and wonderful world of stompboxes is quite simply a magical place where’s one’s imagination and creativity take hold and time simply slips away, endlessly tinkering, in the best possible way of course. There are some wickedly inventive pedal makers out there and we’re
The search for the ultimate clean guitar tone can be a voyage much like that of a thrilling sci-fi series, you’re always left wondering where it will take you next. Endless exploration of amp brands, American or British voicing, scooped or humped, and the list
Welcome to the Noisegate Bass Lesson brought to you by Craig Strain from Bass Lessons Melbourne. In this months lesson, we’re going to look at the importance of recording yourself as a practice tool and some tips to get a good tone in the studio.