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Clean Guitar Tones Demystified

Clean Guitar Amp Tones Demystified

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

My Gear Buried Feather

My Gear: Buried Feather

Whether they’re a gear nerd or a gear noob, the type of gear an artist uses has a huge impact on their signature sound. In this regular series called My Gear, Noisegate picks the brains of exciting and diverse artists for a behind-the-scenes scoop on their

My Gear John Barrett – Bass Drum of Death

My Gear: John Barrett [Bass Drum of Death]

Whether they’re a gear nerd or a gear noob, the type of gear an artist uses has a huge impact on their signature sound. In this regular series called My Gear, Noisegate picks the brains of exciting and diverse artists for a behind-the-scenes scoop on

My Gear: Adam Franklin [Swervedriver]

My Gear: Adam Franklin [Swervedriver]

Whether they’re a gear nerd or a gear noob, the type of gear an artist uses has a huge impact on their signature sound. In this regular series called My Gear, Noisegate picks the brains of exciting and diverse artists for a behind-the-scenes scoop on

My Gear Caleb

My Gear: Caleb Shand

Whether they’re a gear nerd or a gear noob, the type of gear an artist uses has a huge impact on their signature sound. In this regular series called My Gear, Noisegate picks the brains of exciting and diverse artists for a behind-the-scenes scoop on

Video: Spector Performer Basses Land in Australia

Here at Noisegate we’ve managed to get our hands on the new line of basses from Spector, the Performer Range. This line of instruments offers the solid construction and tone Spector are renowned for, combined with an affordable price bracket for beginners. This is one

Joel Burton - My Gear

My Gear: Joel Burton

Whether they’re a gear nerd or a gear noob, the type of gear an artist uses has a huge impact on their signature sound. In this regular series called My Gear, Noisegate picks the brains of exciting and diverse artists for a behind-the-scenes scoop on

The Japanese Guitar Renaissance

The Japanese Guitar Manufacturing Renaissance

Japanese guitar factories sprung up in the late 60’s early 70’s with the job of creating a more affordable and accessible guitar to the Asian market. Aesthetically, these were predominantly very close representations of what was coming out of America at that time. Whilst replicating,

Studio Profile: Wick Studios

Nestled in Brunswick’s industrial fortress lies a one of a kind musical hub. A place where creatives from the furthest reaches of Australia flock, looking to fine-tune their craft, oil their musical gears, track and mix their next record or just hang out in a