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Friday March 8, 2019. 08:00 PM
Exploring the deep with a pedal that won’t file an eminent domain claim on your board.
For the modern low-ender, it’s not enough to be a groove master. Today, you need to stay on top of ever-evolving tone-shaping technology.
Thursday March 7, 2019. 09:30 PM
John Petrucci and John Myung embrace raw tones and spontaneous ideas on the band’s latest album, Distance Over Time.
This new version introduces five new big machine-type reverb algorithms.
These three unusual effects are newly designed in wedge enclosures with top-mounted jacks.
The new album was recorded at Blackbird Studios in Nashville in late 2018 following their first North American shows in 10 years.
We ecstatically wander the maze of delay, 'verb, and looping possibilities in the digital mastermind's latest stomp.
Check out these Cold War-era, comrade-approved electrics from the land of tart yogurt and centuries-old women’s choirs.
Wednesday March 6, 2019. 09:39 PM
A deep studio dive with one of the most recorded resonator players ever.
The guitar combines a classic 1950s-style Les Paul Custom body with a single Seymour Duncan P-90.
Both guitars feature a 25,5' scale, stainless steel frets, locking tuners, 3-piece maple neck with Luminlay side dots, and Duncan Solar pickups.
This audio interface/MIDI controller is perfect for iOS devices—and lots of other things.
Tuesday March 5, 2019. 11:23 PM
You could WIN a Coppersound Pedals Telegraph Stutter!
The amp guru behind EVH, Cantrell, and more debuts a low-gain dirt box.
The Rush frontman talks about his bass-collecting odyssey—the perils of instrument hunting, the book it inspired, his favorite axes and their sounds, and the people who made and played them.
A pair of new affordable basses crafted in Leo Fender's Fullerton shop.
The new basses feature a mahogany body, two MEC vintage soapbar single-coil pickups, and active RockBass 2-band electronics.
Swap my motorcycle for your guitar? Sure!
Monday March 4, 2019. 11:00 PM
A sugar-rush basement brew of choogle, slo-mo kraut, and garage cosmic jazz.
These new pickups are based on Seth Lover’s Wide Range humbuckers from the '70s and use high-output coils paired with adjustable magnetized poles.
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