When you venture into the world of guitars and gear, you will inevitably enter the debate of analog vs. digital.
So you just started a band with a few of your friends or you have been playing a few local shows here and there and you’re ready to quit your day job but the “Artist” thing doesn’t pay very well yet. My advice would be to not quit your day job quite yet but read this blog to see how you can start making steps in the right direction.
Tremolo is one of my favorite effects to use on my guitar and in post-production. It can be used to add subtle movement to a guitar part or to make the guitar sound like it’s a helicopter and everything in between. It’s astonishing how much you can do with such a simple effect. In this blog, I am going to give a brief demonstration on how it works.
Compression is extremely important in music and guitar playing today. It can be quite daunting to begin to understand how compression works and what is actually happening to your sound when using a compressor. But don’t fret, by the end of this, you will know exactly what is going on when a compressor is engaged!
Instagram, especially within the last few years, has become an incredible source of information for the gear community. But with so many people dedicating their accounts to guitar gear, it can be a daunting task to figure who to keep up with. Here's who we recommend checking out!
One great way to liven up your guitar playing is with a delay pedal. Whether it be a short slap delay, a rhythmic dotted-eight delay, or a long and subtle delay sound to fill out solos, a delay pedal can be magical. With all of the delay pedals out there on the market, it can seem daunting to begin the process of buying one. Here are three of our favorites that might give you a good idea of where to begin!