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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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2017/08/11

TC Electronic Mimiq Mini Doubler pedal review

Not every James has his Kirk, and not every Slash has his Izzy. Some of us are riffing away on our lonesome, and like it that way. But what if you want to get the benefits of a two guitar sound without having to find a new band member? Here’s where TC Electronic’s Mimiq Mini [...]

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