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What Is The Difference Between a Stratocaster Pickup And A Telecaster Pickup

What Is The Difference Between a Stratocaster Pickup And A Telecaster Pickup

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How to Read The Numbers On A Capacitor

How to Read The Numbers On A Capacitor

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Beginner Home Recording - What Do You Need?

Beginner Home Recording - What Do You Need?

What You Need To Record In 2019 Many people speak negatively about "laptop engineers" and say that laptop musicians are ruining music. I disagree. With just a few affordable components, you can start to capture your creativity. Let's go through the basic pieces and look at a few options. The first thing you need is a guitar or a bass. Once you have that, let's get into the fun stuff.  The Guitar Amp To capture a guitar signal you have a few options. The most simple is straight into an interface like the Focusrite Solo. This will act as an...

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The Guitar Players Checklist - The Cable Wrangler Review

The Guitar Players Checklist - The Cable Wrangler Review

Create a Gig Checklist - The Cable Wrangler Review I know it has happened to you. Whether it is your first open mic or your 100th gig, you have forgotten something. There is always so much to think about. Picks, cables, power strips, and a ton of other things you can forget. Let's make a list and I am going to show you a tool that has made my life MUCH easier.  What To Bring To A Gig - Pregame The key to looking professional and not being "that guy" that forgot something and held the whole band up is...

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7 DIY Guitar Tips You Can Do For Free

7 DIY Guitar Tips You Can Do For Free

Playing the guitar should be fun right? When it comes to troubleshooting problems or doing routine guitar maintenance and setup, a lot of guitar players can be overwhelmed and get discouraged from playing. Here are 7 DIY Guitar Tips You Can Do For Free that will keep you playing guitar more, and fiddling around less O-Ring Under The Knob Have you ever been playing guitar and you constantly bump a knob and move it from where you want it? It happens to me a lot when I play "Strat Style" guitars. Here is a tip, Put an o-ring like this one...

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