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Curious about Milkman Sound's Creamer combo amp? Read on for our in-depth review and sound clips.
We go hands-on with the BOSS GT-1000, running it through its paces, evaluating its features and sound quality.
Seymour Duncan, the innovator behind the aftermarket electric guitar pickup talks about the players, the materials, and the obsession that led him to electromagnetic magnificence.
Looking for the best podcasting audio gear? Choose the right microphones, headphones, and audio interfaces to carve out your commanding presence in the blogosphere.
Mouthpieces exert a huge impact on your instrument’s tone and playability. Learn how to choose one to match your music, budget and skill level.
This restless innovator and his crew of obsessives hand-build astounding guitar effects pedals out of their headquarters in Akron, Ohio.
When you're shopping for new microphones, you'll encounter a range of different types of microphones spanning a vast range of prices. The sheer volume of specifications and features associated with the hundreds of available models can be confusing, leaving you with little basis for comparison aside from a microphone's price.
What to look for when choosing an acoustic or acoustic-electric guitar that matches your musical style, your budget and skill level.
The brains behind Seymour Duncan's innovative Palladium pedals and PowerStage guitar heads details what it takes to break old amplification habits.