As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine, Issue 8 As a devout Fender Jazz Bass player and teacher, I always enjoy checking out what Fender introduces each year. The new and improved Squier Classic Vibe series relaunched this January at the Winter...
Hotone releasesd the XSTOMP MIni in July of 2017. It's small footprint stompbox simulates over 140 classic, vintage and modern effects for guitar, bass and more. Vanessa Izabella of BAST reviews the XSTOMP Mini here in her 3 Minute...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine, Issue 8 Authored by Platinum Viking Yamaha is certainly a popular name in the instrument world, known for its superb craftsmanship and attention to quality control, and if I were handed this bass while wearing a...
If you are under the assumption that an expensive guitar will always be better than a lower priced one, you would be mistaken. It is possible to find some brands which provide some great sounding guitars made from quality...
The Fender GDec3 is a great learning tool and practice amp with seemingly endless possibilities. It is like having a virtual band! There are 100 factory and user presets, 76 onboard backing tracks recorded by famous musicians. You can also...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine June 2018 issue. The Little Sister Crossroads is a more affordable version of the Little Sister Private Build guitar from the Tel Aviv based guitar company, B&G Guitars. This small workshop focuses on creating quality guitars...
I have been asked about guitar strings, how often to change them, which brand sounds best (although that can be subjective), what gauge to use, the list of questions could take up this entire paragraph. I want to review...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 9 - Autumn 2019 - Ladies of Metal I am a guitarist who has recently been resurrected from playing bass. I always had smaller hands, so when I first started playing bass, I...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 7 When I was asked to review a banjo, I was quite excited. You see, I recently had bought a 6-string banjo myself. As a guitar player, I have always loved...
As a predominantly rock guitarist, when I was asked to review the Luna Henna Oasis Spruce guitar, I thought I was going to review an electric guitar - cool. The box looked the right size and its weight was comfortable. When I got to my studio, I put it with my other guitars. Personally, I like to get to know a guitar before I write about it, so I spend time with it and really get to know its personality (and its secrets).