march 2020

Revocation's Dave Davidson commissioned a signature stomp that unites boost, reverb, and delay. The PG Dunable Eidolon review.

 
 

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Pros:
Reverb, delay and boost in one box. Good sounds. Easy to use.

Cons:
Minimal control options.

Street:
$259

Dunable Eidolon
dunableguitars.com


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How to Stay Happy and Healthy on the Road
Give our columnist coffee, a guitar, an interface, and his laptop (plus a decent hotel room), and he'll be upbeat on tour. Did we mention coffee?

Sideman to the stars Pete Thorn shares his regimen for avoiding the pitfalls of touring.

Well, that time is upon me again. I'm headed out on the road! I'm actually writing this in a New York hotel room, and tonight I'll be on a plane to the U.K. to start a run of 30-plus theater dates with the Classic Rock Show, an extravaganza of rock classics played by a top-notch band. I've really had to woodshed these songs and it's going to be a blast to perform them.

The upsides of touring are many. Of course, it's awesome to make a living doing what we love, but the pitfalls can be numerous as well. This month, I'd like to give you some pointers on how to avoid those pitfalls so you can stay happy and healthy on tour!

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Looking for a Gilmour-esque flanger? Here's a compact and buttery-sounding take on the Pink Floyd legend's Animals-era modulation machine. The PG Retro-Sonic Flanger review.

 
 

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Pros:
Open, spacious, and rich modulation waves. Excellent quality. Useful level control. 18-volt option.

Cons:
Could use a touch more top-end sparkle.

Street:
$199

Retro-Sonic Flanger
retro-sonic.com



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