We asked the band, Th’ Damned Crows to give us an idea of what kind of gear they’re using, to get their great live and recorded sound. This is what they said…
Read More: How’d they Get Those Tones? Th’ Damned Crows Gear
We’re expanding Paul Bothner Music Somerset West branch’s shopfloor space. But, we’re still trading. You can look forward to more gear and a wider variety.
Read More: Somerset West Branch’s In-store Development
Gene Simmons Accepts No Substitute: There is no one mightier than the God of Thunder himself, Gene Simmons. Check out the latest promotional videos coming out in 2012. Both videos feature the rock star himself telling you exactly why you need to own his signature model basses. Gene accepts no substitute. Should you?
Read More: Gene Simmons Accepts No Substitute! Check out interviews of him & the Cort AXE-2 & PUNISHER-2
New features: True stereo inputs and outputs; up to three hours onboard stereo recording & loop storage… a marked upgrade to its predecessor’s mono I/O & 16 minutes of mono recording. The RC-30 has a new dual phrase loop feature that lets users create and play 2 independent stereo loop phrases in sync. The LOOP FX feature lets users process their loop recordings in real time, plus 99 memories for onboard loop storage and an LED memory indicator. Plus, a USB 2.0 port lets users swap and manage WAV audio loops. Phantom Power for condenser mics and onboard rhythms to play along to…
Read More: Check out the Boss RC-30 Loop Station YouTube Video and Features Here…
The good people over at Play Music Pickup magazine took the CR250 for a spin. They raved on about the sound quality, playability and price. Although it may look like many other guitars on the market today, the Cort CR250 blows the competition away and we’re sure you’ll agree.
Read More: Cort’s CR250 Rocks the U.K.
The Fantom-G8′s features border on being ridiculous. As a keyboard player and producer, I wanted a keyboard that will deliver on the live side as well as in studio and the G delivers. The new Fantom has twice the amount of sounds as its predecessor and all of these are fully customizable.
Read More: Kyle Petersen reviews Roland’s Fantom-G8
Sometimes called picks, plectra (or plectrum in the singular) are very important as they are one of the main points of contact between the guitar and player. However they are an often overlooked aspect of playability and can also affect the tone greatly. They are available in dozens of different shapes, sizes, colours, materials and thicknesses, so it can be
Read More: The Ups and Downs of Plectra