PG's Joe Coffey is On Location in Chicago, IL, where he catches up with Cycle of Pain's Joe Taylor and John "JD" DeServio--who also plays bass for Black Label Society.



PG's Joe Coffey is On Location in Chicago, IL, where he catches up with Cycle of Pain's Joe Taylor and John "JD" DeServio--who also plays bass for Black Label Society. In this video segment, we chat all things gear, pain and run down both their live rigs. Joe Taylor-guitarist-plays a Gibson Les Paul Standard that runs through a Framus Cobra head and Framus 4x12 cabinets. And the only pedals Joe uses are a Vox wah and Boss TU-2 tuner. JD uses Hartke 8x10 cabs, which split through a Hartke LH1000 and Zoom bass heads. For effects, he uses a ZOOM B.1UT bass effects unit.

A faithful recreation of the Germanium Mosrite Fuzzrite with a modern twist.

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It doesn’t have to be all cowboy boots and yee-haws!

Intermediate

Beginner

• Learn how to comp using hybrid picking.
• Add nuance to your playing by combining pick and finger string attacks.
• Add speed and fluidity to your lead playing.

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The first thing most guitarists think of when they hear the phrase “hybrid picking” is undoubtedly twangy Telecasters. While that may be the most common use of hybrid picking, it is far from the only application. Diving into hybrid picking opens a whole new world of control, timbre possibilities, ideas, speed, and more.

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Brian Wampler’s take on a vintage TS10 Tube Screamer style circuit in a compact, pedalboard friendly enclosure.

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