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Sticky and blue?
Howl at how difficult it
You can't put him out
Bruno Giordano is your sommelier
Tesser-act fast to see some
A Casual Conversation with Contemporary
Come and hang out!
*Does jazz hands*
Moving enough product to make
All Hale Storm!
My papi played an organ
Life really isn't that peachy
Sweet, sweet Plini.
The Root of the Rig!
We speak with the legendary
With bonus tips on cable
We run down guitar recording
Add some power to your
Are you using locking tuners
Low on dough but want
What happened to the guitar
Has it really come to
Can you sing any music
Sweepin' like a G
Time to take your 7-string
A second Rigged on Empress AD, because one is never enough.
Yes, a new drummer rigged! Plus, drum mic'ing tips from Baptists' producer Kurt Ballou.
That footswitch can't be easy to step on way back there
Buy one Rigged feature for free, get a playthrough video for the low added price of "also free."
Mike Hill shares his recipe for Savage Gold Prime Riffs.
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