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Mitchell Debuts Line of Premium Electric Guitars and Basses

By Robert Lindquist

These instruments introduce fresh designs, inspired by classic styles, for every type of player. Available in a variety of colors & finishes. The new Mitchell TD Series guitars offer a modern take on familiar double-cutaway electrics guitars and are a great choice for blues and rock traditionalists, while the MS Series feature a beautiful single-cutaway […]

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Gear Review: Tech 21 RK5 FlyRig

By Bill Evans

By Rev. Bill I had a size problem. It was too damn big. In November of last year I did the longest run of gigs I have ever done at one venue. We did 19 nights in a span of 25 days at the Aquarius in Laughlin, NV. And I had a epiphany about gear. […]

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Waves Infected Mushroom Pusher Plugin

By Robert Lindquist

Waves Audio is now shipping the Waves Infected Mushroom Pusher plugin, created in collaboration with leading electronic music duo Infected Mushroom. Twice ranked among the world’s “10 Best DJs” by DJ Mag, Infected Mushroom are renowned for being the sonic innovators behind psychedelic trance, a subgenre of electronic music known for their hypnotic arrangements, complex […]

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Audient Introduces New iD4 Compact Audio Interface

By Robert Lindquist

Audient’s iD4 is a compact bus-powered audio interface for singer songwriters and on-the-go producers. Features include one renowned Audient console mic pre, pristine AD converters, a JFET D.I, dual headphone outputs, console-style monitor control and Audient’s virtual scroll wheel technology, ‘ScrollControl’, all housed in compact, ergonomic, solid steel and aluminium casing. “iD4 puts Audient’s renowned […]

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Beat the Buzz: How To Shield Your Bass pickups

By Scott Woodward

BY SCOTT WOODWARD Well this is an area I’m not too familiar with but–par for the course–that didn’t stop me from just diving in. Let me start from the beginning… I bought a very inexpensive Fender Squire 5 string bass. Now, this bass costs around two hundred dollars. I got it to use as a spare […]

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IK Multimedia Launches iKlip A/V

By Tim Hemingway

iKlip A/V gives professional audio to broadcast-quality videos on mobile phones and compact video cameras thanks to its integrated XLR mic preamp, wireless receiver support, steady hand grip and secure device and camera holder

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Top 8 Ways to Record Your Gig

By Bill Evans

While editing Riley Wilson’s latest Solo Gigger blog on recording gig–less as a way to promote yourself and more as a way to improve your act–I started to insert a bunch of examples of hardware and software tools and then stopped, realizing that this really called for its own, stand-alone post. So, here ya go… […]

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Line 6 Relay G70 Guitar Wireless System

By Bill Evans

By Rev. Bill There has been a cornucopia of wireless lately at the palatial L2P/SPL West HQ. I feel like I have written about nothing but wireless systems for ages. But this one is special for me. You see, I took a lot of crap for my early and enthusiastic adoption and support for digital […]

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ROAD TEST GEAR REVIEW: Shure PSM 300 In-Ear Monitor System

By Bill Evans

By Rev. Bill If you have been waiting to switch over to an in-ear-monitoring system because either A) the systems available were complicated and difficult to set up and run for the musician who knows how to set up a basic PA but not much else about audio or B) they were just too expensive, […]

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Fun With Pedals

By Ronny North

It all started when I was 14 and I got my first guitar rig. I had my Les Paul copy and a little combo amp. I thought I was ready to rock until a friend sold me his Big Muff fuzz box. Once I had that in my signal chain I could make my little […]

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