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FSC 59’s Strat Pickups

When I was younger I didn’t understand why people would swap out their guitar pickups. If you liked the way a guitar sounds when you buy it, I thought, why change it?  It wasn’t until a friend showed up at my studio with a guitar that had some hand-wound pickups in it that I had […]

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Effectrode Mercury Tube Fuzz

Once in a while a pedal company comes along that makes exceptional gear. This is not to say that other companies put out inferior products. It’s just that sometimes someone is so dedicated to an idea or product that they spare no expense.  Designer and manufacturer Phil Taylor and his company Effectrode produce  uncompromisingly good […]

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The Rat

Blog Moved  I’ve recently started a new website dedicated to guitar tone called Anatomy of Guitar Tone . I’ve moved the blog on the Rat to the new site and have updated more pictures and audio files. Please drop by and check it out and other articles on the many aspects of guitar tone. 

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FSC Guitars

Blog Moved I’ve recently started a new website dedicated to guitar tone called Anatomy of Guitar Tone . I’ve moved this blog on FSC Guitars to the new site and have updated more pictures and audio files. Please drop by and check it out and other articles on the many aspects of guitar tone.

Keeley D&M Drive REview by Mark Marshall

Keeley D&M Drive

Blog Moved I’ve recently started a new website dedicated to guitar tone called Anatomy of Guitar Tone . I’ve moved this blog on the Keeley D&M Drive to the new site and have updated more pictures and audio files. Please drop by and check it out and other articles on the many aspects of guitar tone.

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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