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The "SOLO" by ProCo Sound Since the beginning of time, there has been no instrument created that has the ability to convey more emotional response than the electric guitar. A guitar
Daniel
Mar 1, 2006
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The Importance of Having a Repertoire Over the years, I have met many guitar students who could not actually play anything, even though they had taken lessons, perhaps for years. If they were asked
Daniel
Mar 1, 2006
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C300z Passive Loudspeakers by Mackie Many of you may remember Dan's recent review of the SRM350 active loudspeakers by Mackie. But what about all of you who have already invested money in outboard
Daniel
Mar 1, 2006
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BMAX-t by BBE Sound During its 50 years of evolution, the electric bass guitar has become the soul of modern music styles. Bass is the instrument that gives a band it's attitude
Daniel
Mar 1, 2006
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3630 Compressor by Alesis Being the Gear Head that I am, I find myself constantly browsing the Internet and the music catalogs to see what new gear is on the market. Lately however, I
Daniel
Mar 1, 2006
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The D-75A Power Amplifier by Crown As I look back on my personal guitar playing history, I realize that I have grown up in a guitar amplifier world that has always taught that "bigger and
Daniel
Feb 19, 2006
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Royale RL-4 from Greg Bennett Guitars by SMC When I was sent the Royale RL4 from Greg Bennett to review, I just couldn't get this scene from "Pulp Fiction" out of my head! Jules Winnfield: What do they
Daniel
Feb 18, 2006
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ThinAmp by AXL The word "portable" is one of those marketing words that companies often use when they suddenly think to add a handle to a 100 pound piece of gear. As most of
Daniel
Feb 18, 2006
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Tracktion 2 - Music Production by Mackie I first started recording my guitar playing almost as soon as I learned to play the G, C, and D major chords that everyone discovers as a beginner. At that
Daniel
Feb 18, 2006
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Recording Guitar and Bass Recording Guitar and Bass Getting a Great Sound Every Time You Record A Book Review By: Gary Allen I can not even begin to tell you how many times that I have
Daniel
Feb 18, 2006
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Wooden Guitar Picks As "Gear Heads" I believe we sometimes get so caught up in gear being expensive amps, effects, and guitars. We tend to forget that something as simple as a
Daniel
Feb 18, 2006
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Juggernaut Bass Distortion from ProCo Sound Here is a quiz for you. I'm sure you won't get the answer. What do the bands the Cure, Yes, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, and
Daniel
Feb 18, 2006
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SRM350 Loudspeaker by Mackie When you first start gigging, you quickly begin to realize that sound dynamics are an incredibly difficult beast to tame. Different performance spaces and
Daniel
Feb 18, 2006
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The Rio Grande Acoustic by Greg Bennett Guitars My memories of the acoustic guitar go back to my very early childhood when my Dad would pick up his old "Decca" acoustic guitar and play. Over the years there
Daniel
Feb 18, 2006
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Hot Rod Strat® Every guitar player I know wants a new or better guitar. Most of us can not afford to go out and buy a new guitar, but there is another option. Make some
Daniel
Feb 18, 2006
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Tone-Tools Legend Series cabs Press Release Tone-Tools announces the release of the Legend series guitar speaker cabinets.Specifically handcrafted for low power tube amp applications and where maximizing
Daniel
Feb 18, 2006
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Lexicon MPX550 Every once in awhile, a company comes along can stand the test of time in the ever changing music world. Lexicon is certainly one of those few. In 1971,
Daniel
Aug 17, 2005
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SPB-8 Stereo Pedal Board from Furman Sound It starts innocently enough. You buy your first electric guitar and maybe an amplifier. If the amplifier has a overdrive option, you work with it long enough
Daniel
Aug 5, 2005
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XGuitar by Alesis I'll have to admit, when I think about a company like Alesis, what immediately comes to mind are top notch synths, mixers, and signal processors. The first
Daniel
Jul 29, 2005
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Lesson: 20 Chords for Beginners Here is a quick guide to the 20 most used chords on guitar. This little cheat sheet is perfect for the beginner who wants to have an instant guide to the
Daniel
Jul 29, 2005
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Lesson: How to Practice Guitar Chord Changes By Jamie Andreas (www.guitarprinciples.com) Many people begin to play the guitar by learning the guitar chords to their favorite song, and trying to change
Daniel
Jul 29, 2005
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Dean Tribal Acoustic In 1976, a young man named Dean Zelinsky set out to design a progressive boutique line of guitars that would eventually go on to define the sound of many top
Daniel
Jul 29, 2005
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Turbo RAT from ProCo If you have been following GuitarGearHeads for any length of time, you know that we are big fans of ProCo's line of RAT distortion pedals. Through our
Daniel
Jul 29, 2005
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J1400 Power Amp by Tapco I can imagine that it was a typical Woodinville, Washington rainy day when Greg came up with the idea of making quality sound reinforcement equipment at prices
Daniel
Jun 10, 2005
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The Secret of Speed - Finding the "Incredible Lightness" New Lesson @ GGH: The Secret of SpeedFinding the "Incredible Lightness"By Jamie Andreas (www.guitarprinciples.com) In my essay "Discover Your Discomfort", I
Daniel
Jun 10, 2005
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G&L Tribute L2000 Bass by G&L Guitars Without question, Leo Fender was a visionary, and when he founded G&L and began producing guitars in the Fullerton, California factory on Fender Avenue he
Daniel
Jun 10, 2005
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Johnson T15-R Guitar Amplifier Not long ago, if you were in the market for an amplifier, you essentially had two choices - tube or solid state. Today a new generation of "Hybrid" amplifiers
Daniel
Jun 10, 2005
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M1 Passive and Active Pickups from LR Baggs The acoustic guitar is a magical instrument. It is known as much for both livening the party at small clubs and backyards to quieting large crowds at indoor
Daniel
Apr 30, 2005
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The DEQ230 by Alesis Graphic Equalizers remain one of the most mysterious pieces of gear to musicians today. I have met many players that just quit using them altogether because
Daniel
Apr 30, 2005
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The PL-8 Series II from Furman Sound About a year ago Furman Sound introduced their updated Series II line of power conditioner and distribution centers. The PL-8 Series II included some very
Daniel
Apr 30, 2005
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