Strymon TimeLine Review – Best All-Around Delay Effects Pedal?
Jan19

Strymon TimeLine Review – Best All-Around Delay Effects Pedal?

Strymon have quickly  become one of the leading boutique pedal builders in the business with their easy and intuitive to use growing catalog of products that are at the top of their class. Guitar pedals such as the El Capistan dTape Echo and BigSky Multi-Dimensional Reverberator that harness unparalleled DSP power to produce immaculate sounds while remaining easy and intuitive to use are part of a growing catalog of products that are...

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8 Of The Best Country Shred Guitar Songs
Jan19

8 Of The Best Country Shred Guitar Songs

Lets take a look at 8 of the top Country shed songs for guitar. You wont believe how hot the following solos are, in fact some are simply jaw dropping! Larry Collins and Joe Maphis The link between acoustic bluegrass and electrified country shred began with Joe Maphis and his furious flatpicking on songs like “Flying Fingers,” which he recorded in 1956. Maphis played both the six-string track and overdubbed octave-guitar unison track...

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10 Great Jeff Buckley Tunes
Jan18

10 Great Jeff Buckley Tunes

One of the saddest things about the unexpected loss of 90’s rock musician, Jeff Buckley, is that he was only able to fully record and release one studio album, Grace (1994). Though Grace is considered a classic now, most people don’t look past its 10 songs, and even worse, many new fans are only familiar with what’s perhaps Jeff’s most iconic track, his cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”...

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Eric Johnson
Jan18

Eric Johnson

How long does it take to become a legend ? John Wooden started coaching the UCLA basketball team in 1948 and it was 16 years, some of them pretty rough, until his team won its first national championship. He ultimately won 10 of them in 12 years, including seven in a row, and is considered by many to be the greatest college athletic coach of all time. Similarly, in the case of Eric Johnson, he started playing guitar in 1965 and joined...

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Guitar Pro 6 Review
Jan18

Guitar Pro 6 Review

If you’ve ever picked up a book of highly accurate transcriptions of the playing of one of the great exponents of the acoustic or electric guitar, you’ll no doubt have realised just how complex a guitar piece can be, and just how detailed the notation of the interaction between fingers, strings and frets has to be in order to fully capture the music being made. Apart from the basic notes, the transcriber has to notate...

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