I remember the first time I heard Amplitube, latency so bad it could not be played live, modelling that today seems laughably crude, but it just seemed like……the future. Continue reading Review-Amplitube 4 Desktop…..Don’t mock the Marshalls
The arm is healing nicely- thanks for the messages- so I’ll be doing some actual playing soon, which would be nice, and that means that their might be something interesting to read soon, which would also be nice.
Really interesting little article in Music Radar, do you know, l had always just assumed that point to point was better…….
Looks good, but veeeeery expensive for one guitar amp model……
Universal Audio is pleased to announce the exclusive Marshall JMP 2203 Guitar Amplifier, developed by Softube. All three plug-ins will be released as part of UAD Software v8.5 in early February 2016. Continue reading Universal Audio release the Marshall JMP 2203 Plugin
Oh my god, it is just so lovely!
I remember the first time I heard Amplitube, latency so bad it could not be played live, modelling that today seems laughably bad, but it just seemed like……the future.
In the past 15 years so much has changed, marriage, children, less hair and more stomach, My big amps have gone and I totally embraced the modelling route. Amplitube, GTR, Guitar Rig, Pod Farm, I had them all. Continue reading Amplitube 4 desktop – Reviewed, Part 1
I love Charvels day-glo rockers like the Pro Mod and So Cals (the Japanese ones were simply awesome and the Mexican ones are not bad either) so this is quite an exciting announcement,
Ernie Ball Music Man, one of the world’s premier guitar, bass and amp manufacturers, has debuted three new Artist Series guitars: the John Petrucci “JP16”, the Annie Clark “St. Vincent” and the James Valentine “Valentine” models. The new guitars were designed with extensive input from the artists and manufactured to their exact specifications. Continue reading Ernie Ball Music Man Introduces John Petrucci, St. Vincent, and James Valentine Artist Series Guitars
ohh, this looks interesting….
Among the many benefits of the groundbreaking Fluence technology, is its ability to create and sculpt multiple voices that evoke the best tones of pickups past. With the Signature series, Fishman R&D has collaborated with three leading artists to recreate the voices in their musical imaginations. Continue reading Fishman Releases Fluence Signature Pickups
Pretty much a Gretschist wet dream here……
The early ‘50s marked the beginning of the first golden age Continue reading Gretsch Releases New Golden Era Edition Models
These do look as cool as fuck, and they are not quite as expensive as they look…
“Metalin’ Guitars, manufacturer of boutique aluminum guitars,will be adding 4 and 5 string basses to their production lineup. Continue reading NAMM 2016 – Metalin’ Guitars Offers 4- and 5-String Basses
As millions of guitarists are using mobile music apps, all of them want one sound interface which can be used both in practicing and on the stage, suitable for all Continue reading NAMM 2016 -Tone Shifter Announces the Tone Shifter 3 Interface
Oh man, Gravity is not my friend. An icy puddle and my bloated Welsh bulk has led to a cracked elbow and many ripped ligaments and tendons….so this puts the kibosh on any actual playing for the next month or so. But I still love you all so I’ll still be posting news and what not. Big hugs, Neil
Really, where do you start?
The new 2016 range from Gibson is proving very interesting, it seems that Gibson have really looked into their past to find a new approach to their future. Is that a bit too Yoda-ish? REad on and find out…. Continue reading Review- Gibson Les Paul Traditional 2016 – Pt 1, Construction.