Guitars generally come with some type of simple gig bag. But unless your guitar never leaves home, you will probably eventually find it inadequate for your needs. The first step in purchasing a new one is to determine what kind of case you need.
Todd Hobin’s latest review discusses the Starfish Guitar Stand. This stand is perfect for anyone who is nervous about leaving their guitar resting on a normal stand. The Starfish comes with five legs to provide extra stability, and in doing so, peace of mind. It even has a locking mechanism to really make sure that your guitar is safe and secure. Don’t just take our word for it, watch the video below to see a hands on demonstration.
D’Addario’s newly engineered NYXL electric guitar strings will bend farther, sing louder, and stay in tune better than almost any other strings.
The ability to play fast, clear staccato notes is dependent on tonguing technique. To practice this technique, brass and woodwind players typically use their instruments. However, this means the players’ lips are subjected to pressure from the mouthpiece, requiring the musician to use multiple mouth muscles. This does not allow the player to focus on tonguing. The Staccator works by concentrating on the tongue muscle, in order to build its strength so the player may learn to control their tongue muscle better. Created by professional trumpet player Chris Cigolea, Staccator has been endorsed by Chase Sanborn and music instrument retailer Long & McQuade.
The MackieDL1608 iPad Digital Mixer redefines live mixing by combining the proven power of a full-featured digital mixer with the unmatched ease and mobility of an iPad.
Whether it’s for a coffee shop performance, live band gig, or a recording on a laptop, there may come a time when you need to amplify your acoustic string instrument. There is a wide choice of methods available and understanding the differences can help you make an informed choice when dealing with acoustic pickups.
Maxon Fuzz Elements Pedals Godlyke’s Maxon Fuzz Elements pedals are designed to reproduce the classic and unique sounds of the world’s most popular vintage fuzz pedals. Designers used modern software technology to model and map the complex elements that make up the core sounds of these effects units and reproduce them using advanced analog […]