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#93
Reviewed by Garrett Haines · Jan. 15, 2013
Anyone who pays attention to music industry trade shows can tell you how some company is always introducing a new gizmo designed to make the electric guitar better. Aside from the work from a few...
 
Jan/Feb 2013
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#93
Reviewed by Alex Maiolo · Jan. 15, 2013
As PAs get better and more people record at home, classic, lower wattage amps are gaining in popularity - and thus becoming more expensive. Anyone who has priced even a Silverface Champ lately...
 
My relationship with lap steel guitars has been long and rewarding. I first bought a 1956 Fender lap steel on eBay years ago, when I was working on video-scoring project, and I was looking for an...
 
I don't recall exactly how I came to find Tim Prebble's Hiss and a Roar website, but I do remember what I heard first - sounds of an old broken-down piano being taken apart. Odd, unique and...
 
May/Jun 2011
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#83
Reviewed by Adam Kagan · May 15, 2011
This is a review of the Line 6 DT50 guitar amplifier, but, like most people in Hollywood, instead of telling you about the topic at hand, I'm gonna tell you about me. What can the DT50 do for...
 
The world of the digital DJ has undergone tons of changes in a relatively short time.  Much like the realm of mobile phones, there are new technologies, hardware configurations, and...
 
How in the world do you get away from the stupid trackpad and keyboard while DJ'ing from a laptop?  This has been one of the bigger questions since DJs began moving from CDs to computer-based...
 
May/Jun 2011
Print & Online
#83
· May 15, 2011
Many of us have iPhones, your BFF when it comes to connecting to your tribe. That little dude, along with his bros iPod and iPad, also makes a good and very portable audio test set. There are...
 
Less than half the size of my iPod Touch 3G, Mikey 2G is the generation-2 model of Blue's Mikey external coincident stereo microphone. It works with most iPod models as well as iPhone 3GS and...