Gear Gods

Sightreading 101 for Bass aims to explain the daunting art of sight-reading without leaving you out to dry.

48k guys. Fourty-eight freakin' K. That's more K's than a Spanish "what?" convention.

The technical death metal band brings the futurism without getting too technical about it.

But what's really bizarre is that the preamp is still in the amplifier.

His solo record comes out in a month, but you can watch him as well as bassist Mark Michell perform

Spencer Prewett makes use of "finger switch blasting" to stay ahead of his band's extreme tempos.

We're giving away the band's new record, some GHS strings, and a GHS coozie to boot.

I've also said that if you're going to mimic something, do it how Bates would do it. Words to live

In this tutorial he breaks down the guitar parts to his new song "I Am the Fire."

Trust me, videos of yourself hanging out with Erik Rutan are very difficult to fake.

Interestingly, this wasn't the only instance where the Turtles travelled in time. Who can name the other?

And that spectrum spans somewhere between azure and cyan, apparently.

In the gray binary world of metal software you have to snatch your laughs where you can find them.