Secrets Part 2!
NEW NEW NEW
The Aftermath of your fingers
Sims 4 confirmed
Doing the Lord's work
Adam Jarvis' Drumming is the
"His nimbly precise prowess pretty
Live at the renowned Saint
I'm definitely excited to watch
Your Weight in Kitties
CARVE ME UP, SLICE ME
WHERE THE FREQUENCIES MEET
I won't Stan for this!
The meaning of life is
Is it everything you've ever
Cow go "moo", bass go
To InfinitLee and Beyond
Tell 'em, boys.
Talkin' riffs, takin' sips.
Outta dis woild!
Make your drums sound like
Turn your song ideas into
Fine-tune the velocity of your
Sixth sixth sixth
I plead the fifth
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Your shitty attitude is carving
Triggers were into metal before
Master ov madness.
Playing to the Beato my
Lasse Lammert? More like Lasse
We interviewed the maker of
Eyal takes us through his
It's no Ground FX, but
Head to head (or, should
Ye Olde Proe Tooles
Back to basics!
Let's tackle the first and
Every single thing you need
Turning your Q's into A's,
Question authority, or at least
Ask the Gear Gods!
They've got wood!
Now THIS is how you tell the tale of a rig's evolution.
I mean the album is called Inferno. I can't do italics in the header, or this description. But maybe he
Including the rare and elusive "Stradivarius," which is like the.. um, Strada
After creating like 50 different low-wattage amplifiers, Bogner is back with another 100 watt British-voiced screamer.
Because, you know, metal is loud, and stuff.
For those of you who love Animals as Leaders but hate having an 8th string.
When you stare into the quarter tones, it is said that they stare back into you.
Also, what's the difference between an onion and a bagpipe?
A riff by riff lesson on how to play "L'Enfant Sauvage."
The Fu Manchu/Sun and Sail Club guitarist says: "come loudly, or there will be
They've released some beautiful snares in koa, bubinga, and rosewood.
The Indiana amp builder would prefer to "continue designing and building cutting-edge products rather than pouring [their] resources into legal
PRS's new amplifier gets quite the tone.
It's better than last week when you ended your Friday with an entire plate of nachos. At least split them
This time around Keith snags hosting duties from Jeff Loomis to show you some "Prelude to Obliteration" riffs.