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Friend / Fan Mail Unboxing #2

Super cool of my friend Andrew to send me a Line 6 Wireless unit. Dude rock! Thank you. Also, special thanks to Brandon over at Schock Rock for sending over the Green Fuzz! Can’t wait to check that out! And, special thanks to the good folks at Hosa for making a T-Shirt in my size! […] ...

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Vox MV50 ROCK Amplifier (or should I say METAL!).

Really cool mini amp head … which hits pretty hard – especially that I am using a dropped tune on this one. Check out the Vox MV50 ROCK (or should I say METAL) amp head! More info / buy info here: https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/MV50Rock Thank you for watching my video! Subscribe if you’d like to see more […] ...

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Live from Santa Barbara CALIFORNIA

Thank you for watching my video! Subscribe if you’d like to see more like it: https://goo.gl/c59QoB. Thumbs up if you dig it! Share if you love it. Thank you & Rock ON! m/ SUBSCRIBE & CONNECT ► Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/c/lmsjr ► Website http://thetoneking.com/wp/ ► Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheToneKing/ ► Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thetoneking/ ► Subscribe: http://bit.ly/16 ...

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What’s Your Approach To Effects?

What kind of a player are you: straight into the amp, or do you build your sound through stompboxes or effects units? I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately because the maturity of digital modelling means there’s a third alternative: “It’s all in my Kemper/Helix/Axe-Fx/etc” so sometimes it’s just an amp, sometimes it’s a bunch of effects, and sometimes it changes from verse to chorus.” Me, I’m typically ...

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IK Multimedia announces iRig Keys I/O

  IK Multimedia has just announced iRig Keys I/O, a keyboard controller with a built-in audio interface. I love this! Personally I find that one of the biggest impediments to my recording projects is having to set everything up and deal with cramped spaces while trying to feel free and creative. With iRig Keys I/O, IK Multimedia has packed together a keyboard controller with 25 or 49 full-sized keys, line/i ...

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Jim Dunlop Geezer Butler Cry Baby Wah!

I don’t know a single bass player who has plugged into a wah wah pedal and not immediately played Geezer Butler’s N.I.B. intro licks. Geezer knows what he wants from his wah sound, and now he’s got it in the form of his new signature Jim Dunlop Cry Baby. It has several very stageworthy features: you bring it out of bypass simply by putting your foot on the pedal; you can set the effect ring-out time (ie: ho ...

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Star Wars Is Def Leppard

Ok, so if you follow me on Twitter you know I’m a huge Star Wars fan. Even the prequels. Yeah. Come at me if you wanna fight about it. Anyway, something just hit me while listening to a (subscriber-only) Steele Wars podcast where fans called in with their ideas about the possible Obi Wan movie or other non-saga Star Wars movies: STAR WARS IS DEF LEPPARD. Def Leppard is a huge band, right? There was a time w ...

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The Top 10 Best Musical Notes In The History Of The Universe, Ever

10. C 9. Eb 8. G 7. Another G but, like, higher up on the neck 6. B 5. A 4. C# 3. D 2. E 1. F# That’s right, F#. Is your mind blown by my controversial choice for #1? Did I shake up your buttoned-down, F-natural-lovin’ little narrow-minded world? Well suck it, monkeys. That’s how we roll here at I Heart Guitar. The post The Top 10 Best Musical Notes In The History Of The Universe, Ever appeared first on I H ...

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Fender Jimi Hendrix Monterey Stratocaster

Jimi Hendrix’s performance at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 was so revolutionary that its notes are still reverberating today. On that day, Jimi changed so much about what we believed a musician could do and the sounds a guitar could make (whether blasting out ear-shattering feedback or shrieking its last breaths as it smashes against the stage floor in a hail of flames and parts). Fender has now releas ...

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