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
A N G E R
FFO: Slayer, Testament, and Lamb
MORE STRINGS MORE STRINGS!
Solid proof that grind-core is
WALL. OF. BALL.
Dave knows axes.
There's a better way!
Bassline to song in 20
Fix your mix's weak bass
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
Step to this.
I'm pretty sure these guys have PhDs in advanced mad scientist-ing.
An unbiased review.
But it's hard to hold a candle in the cold, cold Kemper reign.
No, the Eureka Prom is not a formal dance for people who are really into science.
No need to kemper your expectations: this is a quality pedal.
And its software, specifically designed to customize the footswitch for Kemper optimization.
Seriously, if given the record to record with or sans robot, you're going to pick the robot.
The band has recently moved to Kemper Profiling amps.
Not a popular petition, mind you, but let's entertain the idea anyway.
For those of you who want to pack your amp into a flight bag, but don't wish to spend $2000-3000
This time around Keith snags hosting duties from Jeff Loomis to show you some "Prelude to Obliteration" riffs.
Other points of note: the clasp, drumbrella, and tracking to no drums at all.