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Tips for Touring Guitarists

Tips For Touring Guitarists

Blog Moved  I’ve recently started a new website dedicated to guitar tone called Anatomy of Guitar Tone . I’ve moved this blog on Tips for Touring Guitarists 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 […]

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Damage Control With Gear Failure

Blog Moved  I’ve recently started a new website dedicated to guitar tone called Anatomy of Guitar Tone . I’ve moved this blog on Damage Control with Gear Failure 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 […]

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Skill Sets For Gigs

Blog Moved  I’ve recently started a new website dedicated to guitar tone called Anatomy of Guitar Tone . I’ve moved this blog on Skill Sets for Gigs 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 […]

Earthquaker Devices Didster Tranport SR

Earthquaker Devices Disaster Transport SR Delay Review

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 Earthquacker Devices Disaster Transport SR 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 […]

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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 […]

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 […]

10 Questions To Ask When Learning A Song

Learning songs is a deceptive skill. Once we start to have some familiarity with a composition, we start to believe we know it better then we really do. Often when we need to recall a tune, we end up with some missing spaces. Have you ever noticed that you can remember every lyric to some songs […]

Guitar Lessons NYC -Understanding Modes

There seems to be so much confusion and white noise surrounding the concept of modes. At Guitar Lessons NYC I’ve found a way to filter the noise. Modes are often taught from a strictly paint by numbers approach. It’s like teaching how to cook without ever tasting the food you’re making. The textures are often […]

Top 7 Guitar Songs of the Week -March 24th 2013

Recommended to listen to one song per day • Jimi Hendrix “If 6 was 9” from Are You Experienced This riff has to be one of the heaviest things ever created!! People often associate distortion with riffs being heavy when really it’s the melody. This is a prime example. The moment the guitar starts playing […]

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