Plus a new acoustic preamp,
They've got a bunch of
The Alpha Omega pedal is
He did, however, grow a
Brann talks 70's drum tones,
Everyone at Gear Gods has
While on a break from
This solo will get your
God, please make me a
From the band's forthcoming live
The HM-2 lords in Black
This band is a trip
Your head might hurt after
Mike Orlando riffs out on
What does P.L.F. even stand
When you're a living guitar
See how the sausage is
The countdown is on!
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
One of metal production's finest
All 5 Neds of Okilly
Innovator Steve Vai talks to
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
Your picking is looking kind
We interviewed the double-duty pedal
Get your guitar tone toight
Let's put this new Metallica
What happened to the guitar
Has it really come to
Learn all up in your
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Everything you've ever wanted to
Pahk ya cah at the
Turning your Q's into A's,
Gene Hoglan rips through this classic Death track. Plus you get to hear the whole "extended" solo section from the
This song title is Grumpy Cat-approved.
In the Echo Chamber, no one can hear you scream but you.
Tell me the story, Morey, of how you got to play so good.
This time, it wasn't a black metal band shooting videos in the forest.
A flawless blend of black/death/-core from Northern California.
AWIP drummer Anthony Adipietro closes out a series of exclusive playthroughs with "The Imperfect: Iconoclast."
The Penith Zausage
I'm not sure "tea" is what's making these guys so sleepy.
AWIP guitarist D'Andre Tyre blitzes through their recent single, "A Darkened Gospel."
Chris Letchford aims for the stars in this "Astral Kids" playthrough.
NYC deathcore outfit release the first in a series of exclusive playthroughs!
What's your Phobia? If you're afraid of tight drumming, don't look in here!
Some beautiful singing to get you through your midweek slump!
Portland's least indie-folk band bringing you a monstrous dual guitar playthrough.