Sure, why not.
Sick new music out 2019
The chaos of the show
Take your chances with Gus.
Shred on, Greg, shred on
Ready to grind like Gus?
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Emphasis on "Monster"
This is one of the
Your own private NAMM show!
Should he be standing on
I'M READY TO PARTAY ARE
I won't Stan for this!
The meaning of life is
John Over Petrucci
Untether me, Petrucci.
Asking the hard-hitting questions, as
The knights of the prog
Tell 'em, Sarah!
Anything this iconic can never
An hour-long conversation with the
On this edition of Ask a
The age old question has
Connect the dots to epic
Make your chords more colorful
Can't afford a giant ceiling-mounted
Bachelor life is the natural
Do you agree?
He may have discovered the
Prevention is the only effective
Tips and tricks from the
You feeling ready for tour
More money, more mixes, less
We talked to the man
As part of Overdrive week
We got advice from a
Head to head (or, should
Ye Olde Proe Tooles
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The opportunity to download his
Special guest Glenn Fricker of
The many faces of Trey
We ask the Gear Elder
Gear Which Am Rad?
Everything you need in a microphone, and more!
Ever wondered how audio engineers run live sound at a huge metal festival? Get in here!
If your band has a few amp modelers and you're looking to get some jam time together on the road,
Did you know that the PR30 is not just an awesome snare mic but also apparently great as an overhead?
I'm partial to the T-Rex, so I have to fault this video for starting with the show-stopper.
One less thing to spill beer on when the circle pit starts.
Now SkyNet can transmit their orders directly into your ears.
Be careful, you may have to stand near your bandmates.
Part one, mixing a hot set off a scorching soundboard.
Or, uh, I guess
Then why not stick a fish in your ear
Not to be confused with the front-of-house mix team. What, you think Metallica is going to slum it by not
This passive utility box is packed-to-bursting with clever features.
This four-part, roughly 60-minute documentary is immensely fascinating, whether you're a fan or not.
We ask one question to several bands to get their feedback.