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Check out the latest edition of Gear Trends here! Matt Blades sat down with Source Audio CEO Roger Smith to predict the future of pedals and discuss the amazing digital innovations musicians can look out for soon.
On February 6 Jim Dunlop Sr. the founder of Dunlop Manufacturing passed away at the age of 82. In this edition of The History Of Gear we will take a glimpse into the history of Mr. Dunlop and the brand he created.
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A recent study indicates that 50% of all new guitarists are women. Gee I think someone predicted a rise in female guitarists. Oh yeah! It was Phil McKnight!
Inspired by Phil’s videos, Anne, a member of the Know Your Gear community has compiled a comprehensive list of Ladies Signature Guitars with links to more info on each guitar. To check out this amazing list click the box below. To see the video where Phil talks about the growth of lady guitarists click this link: https://youtu.be/6CCzKlsUyAo
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Larry Mitchell sits down with Eventide's new Rose pedal and gives us his first impressions.
The Rose is a modulated delay like no other. Larry took the time to show the endless textures and sounds the pedal can produce.
This is a analog/digital hybrid pedal that features almost a half a dozen different modulation sources.
Here’s one for bass players. TC Electronic now offers an affordable 200 watt bass amp that fits in your Scooby Doo lunch box.
I know, I know. A Scooby lunch box isn’t as cool as one with Spiderman on it. I happen to like Scooby better. At least I didn’t say My Little Pony! That’s for all the Bronies out there. You know, Bros who like My Little Ponies. Yes, it’s a thing.
Wait! Weren’t we talking bass amps! The BAM200 is a class D amp that features Gain, a 3-band EQ, Master Volume, Headphone Jack, and an XLR DI output. All for around a hundred and fifty bucks! Ive not heard one in person yet, but in the video demos it sounds pretty sweet!
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