The guitarist/producer reveals how an EHX Pitch Fork downsized his touring guitar boat and admits the difficulties of cherry-picking stomps for the band’s spiraling, atmospherically-moody, indie odysseys.
In this episode, Rob shares the secrets that have kept him in demand as a session musician for 20 years, how to "read a room," and what it feels like to step out for a solo in front of a packed stadium.
Ever wonder what it's like being a session ace in the hyper-competitive Nashville studio scene? It's a world Sutton knows intimately, and in this episode he tells us how he became a first-call player and what it takes to pick with the best.
The shredder fires through the Dimebag Darrell solo from Cowboys from Hell that first sunk its teeth into her guitar-playing heart.
Watch John Bohlinger get busy with his light-but-loud blackface amp that has become a favorite for recording twangy tunes.
In this week's first episode, the champion flatpicker (he has won the IBMA Guitar Player of the Year award a staggering 10 times) explains how bluegrass rhythm guitar has developed over the years and describes specific techniques for developing your flatpick rhythm skills. As a bonus, he names a handful of classic albums that are required listening for anyone who loves flattop guitar.
This 381 from 1970 also features then-new Hi-Gain single-coil pickups.
Potent overdrive plus solid EQ-ing capabilities equals old-school grit. The PG Tritonlab Equinox review.