Thursday, October 19, 2017
I was very excited to review the Ultimate Ears Sound Tap. As a new user of in-ear monitors for my live shows, I was looking around to see how I can make using them live a bit easier. Well,...
In an aim to provide an affordable guitar with good quality craftsmanship and ease of playability, Taylor launched for 2017 the new entry-level Academy Series. I am testing out their 2017 model Taylor Academy 10e acoustic/electric guitar featuring a...
The Fender Hot Rod DeVille 10-hole diatonic seven piece harmonica set is great for any harmonica player from beginner to advanced.  The sleek look and feel of the Hot Rod Deville really sets it apart from other more traditional...
"To craft fine stringed instruments with artistic sensibility that are comfortable, affordable, and inspire people of all ages and walks of life on their musical journey." --Luna Guitars’ Mission Every girl needs a pink guitar, and it is great to be...
As a musician that is constantly on the go, I know that inspiration can strike at any moment. I have found that the wonderful products made by IK Multimedia are incredibly useful and easy to use when inspiration strikes....
A few years ago, when I discovered the original iRig, i was so excited. As a musician that traveled, the iRig (in my case along with the IK multimedia app, AmpliTube) it gave me the ability to practice, record new song ideas, and transcribe songs while on the road with great sound quality, and minimal equipment. I loved the sound quality and ease of the apps that I found that even when I wasn't on the road, I was using the iRig for practicing and recording ideas at home.
Killer Guitar, Great Value - the Monoprice Retro Vision Guitar (Tele-style)
Just a few short years ago, it was very difficult to buy affordable recording equipment that could be compared with professional equipment found exclusively in recording studios. Fast forward to the present - the wonderful people at LEWITT have...
Today’s technology gives musicians almost unlimited options when recording music. Whether using Pro Tools on your laptop or Garageband on your iPad or iPhone, it is easier than ever to get a quality recording tool in a mobile and inexpensive...
I, like many practicing guitarists/musicians, have grown tired of the annoying sounds of a metronome. So when I was presented the opportunity to review the BeatBuddy, I was excited. I thought it would be a great tool to make my practice sessions more interesting. Once I started using the BeatBuddy, I felt like a kid in a candy store. With 200 preloaded beats, and 10 drum sounds on the provided 4 gb SD card (you can get new beats and updates online), I realized it was everything I was hoping it would be, and so much more.