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Guitar Tracks

Going Stereo

December 16, 2008
A stereo live setup can make mix concerns a thing of the past
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Read Your Manuals!

November 11, 2008
Why are we so against spending some time with user manuals?
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Put A Load On

October 13, 2008
Connect the speaker output from your amplifier to the attenuator/load box. An attenuator/load box can be used either to reduce speaker volume, or, as shown here, to directly feed
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Serious Displays for Serious Collectors

September 9, 2008
Another collection you''ll be drooling over all month long
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Your Acoustic, Amplified

August 15, 2008
The importance of pickups in amping acoustics.
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The Delicate World of Ribbons

July 10, 2008
The Royer Labs R121 ribbon microphone has become very popular for recording guitars, drums and other instruments. Its durable design allows it to handle high volume levels without damage.
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Role Playing

June 10, 2008
Adding a 12-string guitar (a Taylor 355ce is shown here) can bring a different texture to a track. For most of us, using instruments other than our main guitars
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Be Prepared in the Studio!

May 12, 2008
While most musicians feel they are always ready to record, sometimes they realize that they are spending more time tinkering than jamming, so follow these tips and you''ll be saving time and money while avoiding stress.
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KORE Recording Concepts

April 9, 2008
Are you the kind of player who likes to use different effects at different parts of a song? Maybe an EQ boost for a solo or a dash of chorus
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Luthier Fantasy Camp

March 11, 2008
Bodies and necks waiting to be turned into finished guitars by the students. No two are alike, so each student ends up with a completely unique instrument. Have you
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