Although converting to a bari is a job just about any player
can handle, there’s a lot more to it than just swapping the existing
neck with a long-scale replacement. Here, ace Nashville repairman
John LeVan walks you step-by-step through making yours
sound spectacular and play like butter.
Chops: Intermediate Theory: Intermediate Lesson Overview: • Incorporate more “outside” sounds into your playing. • Learn to use half-diminished and diminished arpeggios over dominant chords. • Create lines that
Like many aspects of guitar-gear engineering, the pursuit of perfect overdrive stirs religious fervor and consumes intellectual assets typically allotted to papal edicts and nanophysics. But whether you consider
Jam-band vets Chuck Garvey and Al Schnier of moe. discuss
the art of twin guitars, their lust-inducing gear collections,
and how switching up their MOs led to the tonal extravaganza
on their new LP, What Happened to the La Las.
The Downtowner is a simultaneously stunning and understated instrument that cleverly fuses design elements from a few famous vintage guitars—the curvy bout of the Les Paul and simplicity of the SG Classic—with funky Supro- and Silvertonelike lines.
Lamb of God’s Mark Morton and Willie Adler talk
about their favorite Boogie heads, developing upstroke
wallop, and how their love of Hendrix and Billy Gibbons
informed their diverse new album, Resolution.
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