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- Supro Unveils New Flangerby PRESS RELEASE on October 27, 2021 at 6:53 pm
Supro announces the arrival of their latest analog modulation effect and the first ever flanger to feature a Dimension switch that results in a double flanger effect.Sibling to the Supro Chorus, the Supro Flanger is an all-analog, full-stereo modulation effect pedal that uses a quartet of genuine MN3009 Bucket Brigade IC chips to deliver the absolute richest Flanger effect possible while maintaining exceptional headroom. In addition to Speed and Width knobs, the Supro Flanger features a […]
- Dunlop Introduces the Pivot Capoby PRESS RELEASE on October 27, 2021 at 6:39 pm
Dunlop has introduced the Pivot A clip that frets (holds strings down) all strings along the..., an innovative new addition to the company’s long line of professional capos.The new Pivot A clip that frets (holds strings down) all strings along the... provides even tension and precise Intonation refers to being able to get the correct note on e... up and down the neck, offering bright clarity and beautiful, long-lasting sustain for a rich and satisfying playing experience.The key to the Pivot Capo’s performance? Its patented self-centering neck pivot adapts to a variety of neck shapes for even tension and tuning stability. It features a low-resistance gear that […]
- Rig Rundown: Thrice by Perry Bean on October 27, 2021 at 6:06 pm
Recently Thrice’s Dustin Kensrue (vocals/guitar) and Teppei Teranishi (guitar) participated in PG’s Hooked. (The video series features musicians talking about a moment, riff, or song that turned their world upside down and sideswiped them into playing.) Kensrue raved about the Pixies’ dissonant melodies, while Teranishi highlighted Metallica’s heavy impact. And at the conclusion of the video, they both admit the band has a lot of “Pixies” parts and “Metallica” moments throughout its […]
- Stompboxtober Day 27: Revv G3by Premier Guitar on October 27, 2021 at 4:00 pm
Enter here for your chance to WIN a Revv G3! Giveaway Ends October 28, 2021.G3Revv Amplification’s Purple Channel 3 is one of the most unique tones in modern amps. Extremely tight & clear with the right amount of saturation for any situation. Now that tone is available to everyone in an amp in a box format that’s versatile & feels great under the fingers.Plays nice with:Combos, Heads, Pedalboard Rigs, in Effects Loops, w/ Cab Modeling.Form Factor:Small Single-Space Enclosure, Standard […]
- Linda Perry Stays True to What She Knowsby Cory Wong on October 27, 2021 at 12:46 pm
The producer/songwriter on keeping it simple, staying hungry, and creating inspiration.Click here to subscribeWong Notes is presented by DistroKid.Use this link for 30% off your first year.Linda Perry on Recording Guitars | Wong Notes Podcast
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- Ultimate Drop B Tuning Resource: Chords, Songs, TABby Aaron Matthies on October 26, 2021 at 12:35 am
Drop B tuning is a fun tuning to use if you want to play heavy or aggressive riffs and licks. This guide will cover everything you need to know about Drop B Tuning. The post Ultimate Drop B Tuning Resource: Chords, Songs, TAB appeared first on Guitar Gear Finder.
- Simple Exercise to Improve Your Rhythm Skills: Bite-Size Guitar Podcast Episode 46by Aaron Matthies on October 21, 2021 at 8:28 am
Improve your sense of rhythm and grow the types of strumming patterns you can play by working on this simple exercise. The post Simple Exercise to Improve Your Rhythm Skills: Bite-Size Guitar Podcast Episode 46 appeared first on Guitar Gear Finder.
- Two Tips to Help Teach Yourself Guitar: Bite-Size Guitar Podcast Episode 45by Aaron Matthies on October 5, 2021 at 12:05 pm
These two tips will help you learn guitar on your own more effectively. Avoid getting stuck or burning out by keeping these two tips in mind. The post Two Tips to Help Teach Yourself Guitar: Bite-Size Guitar Podcast Episode 45 appeared first on Guitar Gear Finder.
- Getting Started With Guitar Plugins: Bite-Size Guitar Podcast Episode 44by Aaron Matthies on September 17, 2021 at 12:27 am
Find out what guitar plugins are, why you might want to try them out, and how to get started. This episode gives you a brief look at guitar plugins. The post Getting Started With Guitar Plugins: Bite-Size Guitar Podcast Episode 44 appeared first on Guitar Gear Finder.
- Dealing With Criticism as a Guitarist: Bite-Size Guitar Podcast Episode 43by Aaron Matthies on September 3, 2021 at 1:00 am
Find out how to properly deal with criticism you will get as a guitarist about your playing or your music. Everybody gets criticized at some point, so learn how to deal with it here. The post Dealing With Criticism as a Guitarist: Bite-Size Guitar Podcast Episode 43 appeared first on Guitar Gear Finder.
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- [Newbie][question] BR-900CD “Power Down” faultby /u/GrayFreakingOak on October 27, 2021 at 8:42 pm
Hi guitar nerds Kind of a weird one but I have a Boss BR-900CD recorder which is lighting up then the screen dims and shows “Power Down”. After checking online the only thing I could find was people saying it’s a bad power supply but I tried a new one and batteries so I don’t think it’s that. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. submitted by /u/GrayFreakingOak [link] [comments]
- [Newbie] Arpeggios on lower chords using fingerstyle and picking alternativesby /u/mynormiemask on October 27, 2021 at 2:59 pm
There is something bothering me regarding the fingerstyle techniques presented on a lesson I watched on a certain course video. Suppose I need to strike quickly and arpeggio formed by the chords E, A, D, G. In the classical fingerstyle proposed (always use your thumb for E, A and D chords and use fingers 1, 2 and 3 for G, B and e chords), you use the thumb for the first three strings and that is counter-intuitive for me for songs with quick arpeggios on these chords. I mean, if you stick by using only the thumb on the first three chords you lose the advantage of speed gain that alternating fingers give you. Consider the song ‘Simple Man’ by ‘Lynyrd Skynyrd’: it seems much more intuitive to move your 4 fingers as if moving the ‘whole base’ when you switch chords. Now, about the picking: if I am to play an arpeggio that play chords E, A, D and G in this order… is it OK to alternate picking as I am kinda used to it from previous plays on guitar or I better practice some ‘sweeping’? Is there any rule of thumb? Alternate picking seems to have potential to confuse the player and it’s easier to strike the wrong A "chord" on guitar means multiple strings being played if your sequence attacks distant chords doing ‘big leaps’. Any hints or recommendations regarding fingerstyle techniques or its picking equivalent are much welcomed. submitted by /u/mynormiemask [link] [comments]
- [Question] need help choosing my first electricby /u/myuhm on October 27, 2021 at 2:25 pm
hello i was looking for opinions on which electric to get for my first one , i was debating between a jazzmaster , telecaster , or mustang which would all probably be squiers as well . I’ve gone to guitar stores and tried them in person but am still stuck on which to get . I guess that versatility would probably be the most important to me as well as comfort . submitted by /u/myuhm [link] [comments]
- [Question] Crazy amounts of rust on the First and Second stringby /u/fuckitsshlok on October 27, 2021 at 2:19 pm
Hey guys I use the 0.12 gauge strings by D’Addario and the B and High E strings catch such insane amounts of rust within a month while there’s absolutely no rust on the rest of the 4 strings, so are those two strings usually that weak or should I switch my brand? Or have I not been taking care of my strings? What can I do to keep it off? submitted by /u/fuckitsshlok [link] [comments]
- [QUESTION] [GEAR] Does the volume knob affect tone?by /u/Dull-Surprise4934 on October 27, 2021 at 9:11 am
I own a Presonus Audiobox96 and that interface has a lot of instrument gain even when it’s set on zero. I’m thinking about getting a new guitar but that guitar has high output pickups and it might clip. If I turn down the volume knob it won’t clip but I don’t know if it affects the tone of the guitar. What can I do to prevent it from clipping? Is turning down the volume knob a good idea or should I do something else? submitted by /u/Dull-Surprise4934 [link] [comments]
- [QUESTION] Fender strat player making way more hum noise than usual to the point I can’t record anything.by /u/Stunning-Profit5429 on October 27, 2021 at 8:15 am
[Edit: Thank you for all your replies they are very much appreciated, as of now I think I have all the info/options I need to figure out what’s wrong, this was my first time using reddit and damn yall helpful😂] I recently got a strat player $800 and it had just a little bit of hum but would go away when I pressed the strings. The other day I went to play and it had a crazy amount of hum to the point I couldn’t even record anything because of it. It’s really stressing me out. Help is appreciated, thank you! submitted by /u/Stunning-Profit5429 [link] [comments]