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Tour of Death By Audio

Recently, I took a trip out to Death By Audio effects in NYC. I’ve long been a fan of their pedals. They’re always made effects that are left of center. As a company, I feel they’ve never wanted to make traditional pedals. Which is welcomed considering how many companies make their own version of a […]

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Danelectro Pride of Texas Overdrive

Recently, I got my hands on a new pedal from Danelectro called the Pride of Texas. It’s part of a new line of pedals named the Billionaire series.  The name Pride of Texas suggests the pedal is going to be some sort of overdrive. Most likely in the arena of tones of Stevie Ray Vaughn. […]

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Skill Sets For Gigs

A Gig is a Gig is a Gig is a Gig, right? Well, that’s not really an accurate way to think of a career in music. When you’re younger and less experienced you tend to see every gig in the same way. You haven’t traveled musically enough to have a depth of the skill set […]

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Earthquaker Devices Disaster Transport SR Delay Review

Delay pedals are a staple for most guitarists. There are a lot to choose from these days. It seems like most pedal companies have thrown a delay into the pool. Many do the missionary position of delay. We have our meat and potatoes tape delay, analog delay and digital delay. There has been a recent […]

JHS Muffuletta Fuzz Review by Guitarist Mark Marshall

JHS Muffuletta Fuzz Review

The Big Muff plays a huge role in the evolution of electric guitar. When I became aware of this a number of years ago I immediately went out and bought an Electro Harmonix NYC Big Muff PI. Upon first plugging in, I scratched my head quite a bit. This didn’t sound like the guitar tones […]

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