Category: Backline

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Nu Millenium Studios

Philadelphia Area NU MILLENNIUM STUDIOS STATE-OF-THE-ART REHEARSAL SPACE OFFERS MULTIPLE CROSS-FUNCTIONAL, READY-TO-USE SPACES CATERING TO TOURING-LEVEL AND LOCAL ARTIST.  ALL ROOMS ARE EQUIPPED WITH HIGH-FIDELITY PA SYSTEM AS WELL AS STANDARD BACKLINE SUCH AS: DRUMS, GUITAR AND BASS RIGS.  ADDITIONAL SOUND, LIGHTING, VIDEO AND BACKLINE ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. Our mission with Nu Millennium Studios…
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5 Tips Every Guitar Tech Should Know

Written by Shure UK on February 3, 2017 under Live Guitar tech, Pjay Johnson (Busted, McFly, John Newman) walks us through his five top tips every guitar tech should know. As a guitar tech, it’s your responsibility to ensure the guitarist has everything they need to make their job easier. All they should have to worry about is walking on…
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Ray Ross Saddle-Less Bass Bridge Now Available

The Ray Ross Bass Bridge is now available via AP International. Created by Aaron Ross and originally shown on his Bass No. 27, the bridge uses saddle-less design to streamline the string’s path.  “Rather than utilizing a traditional saddle to provide a string break, the Ray Ross™ features a tone pin that keeps the string completely…
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Box of Doom – the king of isolation cabs

Gear reviews and “guitar player interviews”. The Guitar Zombie is the fastest spreading blog about guitars, amps, effects and other stuff. About The Guitar Zombie The Guitar Zombie is a guitar playing dude from Stockholm Sweden, constantly “walking” towards new learning areas of the guitar culture.. The purpose of this blog is to explore the…
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Audio Effects: The Beginner’s Guide to Shaping Your Sound

By Leticia Trandafir TOOLS LANDR Build your effects rack with all the knowledge you need. Panning Delay and Echo Reverb Chorus Distortion Equalization (EQ) Compression Tremolo Flanger and Phaser Filters Composers work with notes, melodies and chord progressions to write a song. The music producer’s toolbox is made of another kind of creative tool: audio effects. Of course…
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