A-J made the trip from Montreal to Indianapolis last weekend to visit the NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) summer show, a brave thing considering the heat! Here is his report on the event.
Posts by A-J Charron:
Alan Garcia-Torre is a manufacturer of affordable classical concert guitars in France. With 40 years experience playing the instrument, Alan knows what he’s talking about when he talks about guitars. A Guitar Noise first – this interview is in both French and English!
If you play guitar, someone has told you about Elixirs. If you don’t play guitar, then you might have bought a set to give as a gift at one point! A-J gives us his thoughts on Elixir Electric Guitar strings.
Let your guitars hang around! The String Swing is a light, yet sturdy wall hanger designed for your guitar or mandolin. David says it’s also perfect for banjos and bouzoukis!
Spectrum Spectrum is Steve Howe’s newest solo musical offering and a delight it is! Although it’s predecessor, Elements had its moments, this one is much more to my liking. Guest musicians are Tony Levin on bass, Dylan Howe (his son) on drums, Oliver Wakeman (son of Rick) and Virgil Howe (Steve’s other son) on keyboards. […]
An album of beautiful and colorful music from veteran keyboardist Patrick Moraz, one time member of Yes, the Moody Blues and Refugee.
Lace has come up a dramatic change in pickups. Conventional pickups are voltage designed, meaning it’s the voltage in the current that makes them work. The Alumitone is current-driven instead. What this means is a much more fluid system which allows smoother operation.
Illuminations They’re back! Glass was a seventies band that had never released an album, although they’d recorded enough material for several. In 2001 they released some of it under the title No Stranger to the Skies. We were the first to review this album and interview the band. Now they’re back with a totally new […]