Plus a new acoustic preamp,
They've got a bunch of
The Alpha Omega pedal is
I mean, the secret writing
The boys are about to
Here's something you don't see
Jamie Saint Merat's drumming on
In this exodus, the only
An evening of live performances
Some truly epic music coming
It's wicked dahk in this
Riffs being slayed the Portuguese
Texas hard rock to cleanse
Check out some recently-unearthed film.
Newest 'Deth guitarist is living
She's a beauty!
Switch out the EMG 707Xs
Delta - we love to
Not one but TWO video
A Gear Gods Exclusive!
Well, well, well, Mark Michell
The Way The Riff Goes
Equilibrium on a boat! How
I think this guy might
70,000 Tons of Anthrax
Ed edited it did he?
Sometimes, nothing else will do!
Make your drums sound like
What chords are in the
Sixth sixth sixth
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Triggers were into metal before
We don't want another Unlocking
Premium wireless speakers, guitar systems,
We interviewed the double-duty pedal
Get your guitar tone toight
What happened to the guitar
Has it really come to
Can you sing any music
Watch the incredibly insightful video,
You know how your drum
Turning your Q's into A's,
Question authority, or at least
Ask the Gear Gods!
Don't delay! But also, definitely delay.
Big things come in small packages.
Gear Gods proudly premieres a guitar playthrough by the band's newest member, Rafael Trujillo.
When you're a living guitar god who has proven his value to his endorsement company many times over by selling
Gearcouch's Frank Fleckenstein demonstrates and rates the uber heavy Ampete One head.
Troy Sanders wants to pass the savings to you!
Shred is the universal language.
Texas hard rock to cleanse your prog-riddled palette.
The Romulus Heritage RBS is a classic with modern revisions.
A full band of virtuosos. That's what this is.
Since exiting The Ocean (having played on the band's two finest albums, Pelagial and Heliocentric), guitarist Jonathan Nido and drummer Luc Hess
This solo will get your adrenaline all mobbed up!
Orange is as Orange does.
Tim Howley gives us an exclusive playthrough of some new Fit For An Autopsy. That solo, brah.
Who played it better - Eloy or Iggor?