A-J Charron gives us a review of not one, but two of Guyatone’s tuners – the PT-21 and the MT3 models.
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Demon Music Group gives a true trip down memory lane with the re-release of the very first album ever recorded by Genesis, way back in 1968, when the band consisted of Peter Gabriel (lead vocals and flute), Mike Rutherford on bass and guitar, Tony Banks on keyboards, Anthony Phillips on guitars and drummer John Silver.
Certainly a worthy successor to their previous effort, TransPsych’s Redefinition has a complicity that’s deeper than on their first album, more elements of Funk and elements of Hip-Hop, not present on the first album, give this a new coloring.
The VT-3 is a really cool stomp box from Guyatone. The tremolo effect is amazingly powerful from such a little device. It sounds big, but it also sounds clean and clear, just as if it were coming straight from a vintage amp!
Amazing songwriting on a CD which also showcases a very good bunch of musicians. Never going overboard or being too technical, they just do what they do incredibly well with great results.
A terrific tribute to the great Gary Moore, brought to you by Lion Music and featuring artists such as Joop Walters and Mark McGee.
A fabulous innovation that will completely change the way you look at the guitar. The Jet Slide is a thin slide which you put on your ring finger with a ring. It stays behind your ring finger and pinky, completely out of the way so that you can play your guitar normally without having to worry about it. No more hassle putting on and taking off a slide!
Something quite different and non-mainstream from Reeves Gabrels, the guitarist of Tin Machine. Strange in a totally out to lunch way, yet extremely brilliant with its incredibly well-written and well-built songs.