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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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2017/06/05

Elixir Optiweb strings review

Elixir is an increasingly common name among guitarists these days due to the durability and tone of their strings. But not everyone is a fan of the ‘feel’ of their coated designs. Elixir have set out to change this with their new Optiweb nickel-plated steel strings. The coated [...]

 
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2017/04/18

Pearl Eliminator Redline P2052B double pedal review

The original Pearl Eliminator is a classic design that has graced countless stages. The Redline is an updated version and it’s still a killer pedal. At $400 it sure ain’t cheap but after giving it several months hard use I can definitely say it’s worth the asking price. [...]

 
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2017/03/30

Tremol-No review for Floyd Rose

Many guitarists I know love what a tremolo bridge can do, but hate the hassle of using them. If you have a Floyd Rose tremolo system for example, tuning and intonation changes become a huge pain. Tremol-No is a company that came up with a solution for several of the problems presented by [...]

 
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2017/03/18

Floyd Rose brass-capped aluminium sustain block review

Floyd Rose sustain block upgrades are a common and reasonably affordable way for guitarists to alter their guitar’s tone. Different block types can produce very different results, as well as the overall dimensions of the block. I’m in the middle of an EP recording and wanted to [...]

 
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2017/02/24

Jimmy Chamberlain sells drums from classic Smashing Pumpkins LPs

Wouldn’t you love to own the equipment your favourite artist used 20 years ago in a huge concert? I believe, we all would hop in to get our hands on it. Surprisingly, Jimmy Chamberlain fans are in for a sweet treat. The Smashing Pumpkins original drummer is all set to sell his gear to [...]

 
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2017/02/14

Floyd Rose brass sustain block review and installation guide

Even high quality guitars frequently have small, low quality sustain blocks fitted to their Floyd Rose systems. A brass sustain block upgrade is easily the most common upgrade made for Floyd Rose guitars. The reasons for this include cost, as brass is 1/4th of the price of a titanium or [...]

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