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Supercharge Your Stratocaster With Graphtech

March 9, 2011

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The saddles on your instrument are a bit of an unsung hero. You don’t really notice them until they cause a problem. Either you begin to break strings at the saddle which usually means you have a bur or sharp indent which catches your string (common on a cheaper import strat copy) or you need […]

Music Nomad: Polishing Your Guitar and Music Career

February 27, 2011

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I first came across Music Nomad while hunting the internet for new products, instantly I was taken back by their website.  It it was one of the most pro-DIY musician sites I have seen.  If you are in a band this website is a must read.  Tips on everything from band management, CD duplication to […]

Gramma by Auralex Product Review

February 20, 2011

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This week I checked out the Gramma by Auralex Acoustics. The USA-made product allows you to hear the true tone of your amp by canceling out the connection between your amp and the floor. What is the Gramma? Gramma stands for: Gig & Recording Amp & Monitor Modulation Attenuator.  (I see why they went with […]

Pop Goes The Weasel! The New V-Cable by Taylor.

February 12, 2011

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The room is quiet, you’re done playing and your sound guy is playing Sudoku on his iPhone while harassing women three or four leagues above him.  You know one thing: if I unplug my guitar it’s going to make a huge pop and everyone in the room is going to hate me.  Especially my Sudoku […]

Buh-bye Feedback. Lutehole's Designer Soundhole Cover

February 6, 2011

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It doesn’t matter if you’ve just played a heart-warming folk ballad at a coffee shop, a ripping “Dust In The Wind” cover at a rock club or you’re trying to make a silent end to a church performance; feedback sucks!  There are plenty of products out there that claim to tame the culprit mood wrecker […]

That’s A Wrap! Fretwraps by GruvGear

February 1, 2011

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I remember seeing gunslingers like Victor Wooten and Greg Howe with “this thing” on their fretboards.  No it’s not a capo, wait, I think it moves?  Is that a hair tie?  Correct, yes, and maybe.  Well GruvGear has cleaned all that up for us into one nice product: FretWraps. What The Heck is a FretWrap? […]