See, bass players get cool
Myrone's like a real-life Duke
Have a listen to this
Our final in-studio clip with
Episode 3 of our in-studio
Klayton is a master sound
Drummer Kevin Kaine knocking some
Lock Up your kids, lock
I like my Behemoth with
Too much genius in one
What does P.L.F. even stand
Nearly 40 years after the
Get your daily prescription of
Kevin “Drummer” McGuill: maybe the
Dope instrumental shred FFO dope
A day trip to a
Take a sneak peak at
Hack your axe!
4 pedals, 4 different flavors.
Rex is approaching Keith Richards
A brief masterclass in crusty
In Flames is on fire!
Now That's What I Call
Just a little Small talk
Petrucci goes acoustic!
An hour-long conversation with the
On this edition of Ask a
How do you record sound
Connect the dots to epic
Make your chords more colorful
Analyze This (diatonic chord progression)
Can't afford a giant ceiling-mounted
Bachelor life is the natural
Nice to find someone who
I don't, and neither should
Twitter: it's where the business
Streamlining your workflow isn't just
Build your board!
An exclusive lesson from Low
We talked to the man
As part of Overdrive week
We got advice from a
Pick your poison!
S H I T P
What a week it's been.
You thought you weren't gonna
Do you reamp your tracks?
Acle demos how he achieves
Special guest Glenn Fricker of
The many faces of Trey
We ask the Gear Elder
Dude, you're probably just not picking hard enough.
You know what Masto-don't? Over hype the high and low end at the expense of tone, that's what.
I mean hell, there's magnets involved. And a "self-automating trap design." It sounds like you'd need a PhD for that.
One last hit of NAMM, but DDrum does our job for us this time.
Boldly pioneering the vintage futurism of aluminum guitars.
Mike Orlando from Adrenaline Mob gave us a tour. For those of you wondering, he's my second favorite Orlando: below
For those of you that hate directionality as much as I hate mayo.
NAMM 2014 was the year of nine strings, and of one.
Cross-Atlantic powers unite!
Rise from your graves, and build new amplifiers.
New custom options are on hand for their 2014 NAMM guitars.
A bunch of new amps at the lower-priced end of the spectrum.
They want to give you an uppercut
Including the new Jeff Loomis and Keith Merrow models.
And take some drumming from Animals As Leaders' Matt Garstka while you're at it.
The metal cousins to Fender have quite a few new pieces on display.