Friday, March 22, 2019

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52 quick tips from guitar all-stars

A tip for every week of the year...
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The Money Shot: 1961 Fender Pro-Amp

The missing link between ’50s tweeds and Blackface amps.
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Interview: Mick Taylor of That Pedal Show

The effects guru and guitar-industry veteran invents the sushi-and-scrumpy combo, explains how to evaluate a guitar in 10 seconds flat and exits stage front…
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Interview: Enrico Preuss of KMA Audio Machines

German pedal builder Enrico Preuß explains the evolution of his company, KMA Audio Machines, pedal builds of convenience and the benefits of having tolerant flatmates while you handcraft and test out your range…
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Interview: Jeorge Tripps on his perennial relationship with pedals

He’s worked with Joe Bonamassa, Eric Johnson, Eddie Van Halen and the Jimi Hendrix Estate and designed an effects pedal that spawned whole new genres of music. Not bad for an engineer who began his career as a self-confessed “pain in the ass” to the big boys. We meet Way Huge main man Jeorge Tripps…
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Interview: Adam Bergen of Nanolog Audio Inc

Founded by a pair of PhD research officers from the National Institute for Nanotechnology in Alberta, Canada, Nanolog is bringing cutting-edge science to analogue effects pedals. Founder Adam Bergen tells us more...
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Private Collection: Cosmo’s otherworldly love for vintage Les Pauls

We travel to London to meet storied rock guitarist Cosmo and his small but stunning collection, which includes what may have been the very first Burst to enter the UK…
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Interview: Zoran Kraljevic of Dawner Prince Electronics

Dawner Prince’s digital and analogue fusions have seen the Croatian effects company build an impressive reputation. Founder Zoran Kraljevic charts his firm’s growth from a uni side project to working with David Gilmour…
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Interview: Matthew Hoopes of 1981 Inventions

How did a pedal-builder from Nashville produce the most sought-after new stompbox on the planet? We chat to 1981 Inventions main man Matthew Hoopes about how the DRV became an online phenomenon…
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Interview: Lee Anderton of Andertons Music

The Andertons head honcho and online video star talks guilty pop pleasures, walls of valve amps and the never-ending quest to play all the chords.
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