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2018/05/02

Rotosound Swing Bass strings vs Ernie Ball Regular Slinky strings

I’ve been doing a lot of bass recording recently so I decided to send the two main brands I use head-to-head and compare the results. The strings in today’s shootout are Rotosound Swing Bass (105-45) steel bass strings and Ernie Ball Regular Slinky steel bass strings [...]

 
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2018/04/21

D’Addario Planet Waves padded 3″ Bass Guitar Strap review

D’Addario Planet Waves have a huge range of guitar straps for all purposes. Today we’re looking at their padded 3″ Bass Guitar Strap, which is designed for use with heavy instruments. It’s pretty affordable at $17 USD ($35.99 AUD, €21.90 £19.09). If you like the [...]

 
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2018/04/14

D’Addario Planet Waves Planet Lock guitar strap review

Want to keep your guitar strapped on tight but don’t want to install strap locks? D’Addario / Planet Waves have the answer for you: The Planet Lock guitar strap. This two-inch strap costs only $12.25 USD (£8.79, $20.50 CAD, $25 AUD).

The strap is made by D’Addario [...]

 
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2018/04/12

Mono Betty GS1 guitar strap review

Playing shows with a heavy instrument becomes a drag real quick. The folks at Mono have come up with a solution to the woes of musicians who contend with a boat anchor every night: The Betty GS1 guitar strap. This spine-saver costs $50 USD (£35, $59 AUD).

Perfect for guitar or [...]
 
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2018/04/08

Roadie 2 Guitar Tuner review

The Roadie 2 Guitar Tuner is basically a little robot that tunes guitars automatically. The handheld device is placed on your tuning pegs, where it tunes to an accuracy of up to +2 cents. The Roadie 2 is highly customisable, with 40 preset tuning options as well as the ability to save your [...]

 
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2018/01/23

Snark ST-8 and ST-2 All Instrument clip-on tuner review

Snark have a range of guitar tuners well-known among musicians for their simple design and accurate tuning. Today we’ll look at two of their designs: The ST-8 All Instrument Tuner and ST-2 All Instrument Tuner. You can pick them up for $15 and $13 USD respectively. Despite the low [...]

 
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2018/01/15

Best clip-on guitar tuner guide: Snark vs Korg, Ibanez and Crossfire

A good budget clip-on tuner is a quick and easy way to get your guitar ready to play. However there’s quite a bit of junk on the market. We’ve rounded up a selection of the popular choices and sorted the best from the rest to save you time. Our contenders are: Korg Pitchclip ($16 [...]

 
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2017/07/13

Wireless onstage monitoring gets affordable with SupraMonitor Kickstarter

French start-up Augmented Acoustics is doing some very interesting things with onstage monitoring at the moment. Last month they launched a Kickstarter for SupraMonitor, which is a smart wireless in-ear monitoring system for musicians. SoundReview spoke to Augmented Acoustics co-founder [...]

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