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Feb 5 '16

The Booster Pedal

There are a lot overdrive and distortion pedals on the market today that you should consider having in your arsenal as a rock guitarist. Sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming and confusing to find the one that suits your needs the best. However, one pedal that you definitely should consider is the EP Booster [...]

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Jul 26 '15

Audio Recording Equipment vs. Skills

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When You Start

When you are intermediate or advanced guitar player, you probably also need to make some audio recordings. One manner is to use commercial studio with audio engineer. But if you would make recording yourself, you need some recording equipment and required software as well.

This is a point where the game will begin : )


I don't wonder you was surprised, why your first recording doesn`t sound very well. No matter which gear you used. It isn`t too easy to get create sounding results first and this can be a long learning curve to acquire necessary skills. But many people will fail in this process.


Avoid Arming

Mostly, rather than learn audio recording lessons properly, they will looking for easier way to achieve a goal. Sure, you can find a tons of recommendations and reviews about different equipment and software programs. Some of these should be pretty good. All this things can be feel as a shortcut close to the professional recording quality.

This is a point where the arming will begin ; )


There are tempting offers everywhere. But you might not need one more better; microphone, vacuum tube preamplifier, compressor, sound card, software plugin, etc. Don`t waste money on gear you really don’t need.

Just calculate your budget and center on the most significant tools which you cry out for creating sound recordings. Besides guitar gear and decent computer, there are mainly 5 must be tools. All additional stuff is rather optional.

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Jun 14 '15

Guitar Rig Presets Import

There is common question from our website visitors and/or members: "How to import guitar rig presets to the Guitar Rig software program interface?" Below is a step by step screencast video, to explain, how to import guitar rig presets. Recommended to watch in full screen mode to get a clear understanding about the step.

Before you start import external presets be sure you have a full version of Guitar Rig software program in service. Guitar Rig free - trial version does not allow to import presets not much. It`s a most high incidence failure within adding the presets to the Guitar Rig software sound-bank.

If you have a full version of GR software it must always permit to import presets. Just follow to the simple steps, revealed in screencast above.

- Hope it helps someone -

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Dec 29 '13

Behringer Firepower FCA1616 & SPL Goldmike 9844

Behringer Firepower FCA1616 and SPL Goldmike 9844, both are new gear in my rack space. I decided to create a short review about these. Hope someone found it helpful.

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Sep 5 '13

Zoom A3 Acoustic Effect Pedal

Lately, Zoom has released a new version of acoustic guitar pedal Zoom A3. This piece of hardware looks more reliable than previous version - Zoom A2 acoustic effect pedal. New Zoom A3 compact pedal contains a notable amount of opportunities to tweak a guitar sound.

This widget seems to include all sound which Fisman offers with different pedals. And on a pretty decorous manner. Available sound examples feel quite nice. Moreover, the design looks good and sturdy.

Zoom A3 special features...

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