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Review: Weber Mass 200 Amp Attenuator

If you’ve spent enough time with an electric guitar, it’s likely you understand the relationship between the guitar and amp. You’ve likely experienced the incredible subtly volume plays in the tone of the electric guitar. Gain staging is such a huge part of electric guitar tone. There are hundreds of pedals that try to emulate […]

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More Then One Way To Use A Metronome

It’s very important to use a metronome when practicing. Some players get caught in a trap though and never develop a strong relationship with the click. They tend t obey instead of communicate. Here are some tis on how to strengthen your relationship with a metronome.  

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Review: Jam Ripple Phaser

Recently, I went on the search for a phaser pedal. It had been some time since I’ve owned one. I purchased a 90’s era Phase 90 in the… You guessed it, 1990’s. I wasn’t really pleased with the sound of that particular pedal. For one thing, whenever the pedal was bypassed, I could still hear […]

Empress Heavy Review

Empress Heavy Review

I must admit to being a nay sayer of heavy distortion pedals. I’ve tried so many and have been regularly disappointed. So many have fallen short of really sounding like a high gain amp. For the few that had good tone, they’re often so noisy it’s hard to use in live settings. Buzz Alert When […]

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Stompshield Review

Research and Development There is a lot of work put into preparing for a gig. Aside from the obvious learning material and rehearsing, there is sound development. Some gigs you simply just plug a guitar straight into an amp and go. Others require a bit more sonic planning. It’s not un-common for me to spend […]

Pigtronix Infinity Looper Review

I’ve been using the Pigtronix Infinity Looper for a couple of months now. I like to get to know gear before I review it. With digital pedals, this can sometimes be a frustrating endeavor. You have to learn the language of the pedal. Often, the menus don’t feel like they were created by a musician. […]

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Guitarist Mark Marshall located at 51 Macdougal St #264 , New York, NY . Reviewed by 11 customers rated: 4.9 / 5