Shifting parts in time can solve countless musical problems.
Blasting off with a difficult-to-find, but very cool MIJ guitar from the violin world.
An outwardly understated germanium boost conceals monstrous overdrive and treble-boost tones within.
Blues-bastardized avant-surf with Les Paul-tortured reverb, undulating electric piano, and wailing trombone? Yes, please!
A double delay opens up oodles of texture possibilities.
Irishman Kryz Reid details additions to his Star Wars family of guitars and why he went from vintage to digital, while Stephan Jenkins’ tech explains why price tags don't matter.
This month's tracks include new jams from the Artistocrats, J.R. Bohannon, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, the Yawpers, and more!
Analog and digital octave effects meld, creating unique and complex octave tones.