See what goods the Kiesel
Good things come in small
A quest for TOAN
GET THE RIFFS
Feel the wrath of former
R.I.P. Havok's drumset.
He's got big shoes to
The best in the business
Turn it up to 11.
The Number of Drums Looks
My nickname in high school.
That's a tough question, dude.
On the hunt for TONE
Are guitars going the way
It's better than you might
Episode 3 of our in-studio
Klayton is a master sound
Watch Max at work tracking
Thank You, Podcast.
I won't Stan for this!
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Want your musical career to
Know yo scale length son
Tuning to B is usually
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The opportunity to download his
Split it n' grit it,
A Kaoss Pad with a built-in guitar.
Little green scream machine
Well this is certainly the coolest guitar tone I've stumbled across recently. Fans of skyscraper-high fuzz tones, inquire within.
Justin Lowe hits the lowest of the Lowes.
Can a classic be improved? Or will this be New Coke?
Learn the sinister plan of Lex Luthier.
Scientifically speaking, of course.
And talks about his first (sort of) nice bass that he ever owned, in the process.
An overdrive, improved by removing the overdrive. Curious?
Winner of the nicest finish award that I just made up.
...well, Kaoss anyway.
Christofer Malmström is thinking "I'd like to make what's Mechanically Div-mine Mechanically Div-yours." Or that's what he would think if
Dan may own his own record label, but when will he open a bed and breakfast called "Between the Berries
I'm sure they'll let you jam on their gear whenever you want. After all, what's Thine is yours.
There's a fine line between overdrive and overkill.