Revv up those fryers
Tell 'em DAVE
A X E S
Take your chances with Gus.
Shred on, Greg, shred on
Ready to grind like Gus?
Emphasis on "Monster"
Don't Hirsch yourself!
That's a lot of strokes!
Beam me up, Scottie!
What doth ye covet?
We thought we had seen
It'll ruin you.
Make Them Suffer is now
It's impressive for sure.
MORE STRINGS MORE STRINGS!
Solid proof that grind-core is
WALL. OF. BALL.
Dave knows axes.
Add more power to your
There's a better way!
Bassline to song in 20
Make your chords more colorful
Analyze This (diatonic chord progression)
What chords are in the
We ask the Gear Elder
Everything you've ever wanted to
Pahk ya cah at the
Aren't you curious how to make your own Mad Science a tad more Blotted?
Pro-tip: don't steal his bass.
How'd you like to Gar-see-a his rig?
What do you mean I didn't specify which band member in the headline? It's all of them, obviously.
Proof that no pedals are needed for badass overdrive bass tone, given that you have the right amp and attitude.
We originally wanted the son of Spoonman but the licensing costs were prohibitively expensive.
I'm sure they'll let you jam on their gear whenever you want. After all, what's Thine is yours.
The technical death metal band brings the futurism without getting too technical about it.
The band has recently moved to Kemper Profiling amps.
A drummer that brings his own mics to the gig is a drummer I can get behind.
A spin on the usual Rigged format. Today, we enter the studio to see how the guitar tone on The
And a "best of Devin in the EMG studio montage" for good measure.
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.