Rigged

Some fans like gear rundowns with actual amps. Others like seeing amp modellers applied in new contexts. And for once,

Holy hell. Now this is a monster bass rig.

Washington DC's newest doom-mongers shatter the capital's foundations.

Now THIS is how you tell the tale of a rig's evolution.

With a new album essentially in the bag and soon to be released, the space rockers from the dark side

Thick Orange/Framus tones from the Danish Doommeisters.

A singer in a smokey room. A smell of wine and cheap perfume. For a smile they can share the

Does he own any branded gear that doesn't begin with "E"? Yes, but still, our E-meter is off the charts

The tools of the trade for big Sabbathy riffs.

The band keeps it simple and hard hitting with some gear standard bearers for good metal tone.

The 70's inspired prog/blues/space rockers, featuring ex-Opeth keyboardist Per Wiberg, break down the ingredients to their huge, open sound.

This rig costs more than your car.

The post on the axe of the man behind the hammer of the witch.

Stick around for some bonus ruminations on midi foot controllers afterwards. Can anything be more exciting? I'm thinking no.

Patrick Sheridan traded an Axe-FX for a Mesa Mark V.