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Day #21: On-Stage

Day #21: On-Stage

Update your pedalboard with today's Stompboxtober giveaway! You could win an On-Stage Pedal Accessories Bundle.


On-Stage GPB3000 Pedalboard with Gig Bag

On-Stage
$109.95

Our GPB3000 Pedalboard with Gig Bag enables efficient, prewired set up and transportation for multiple effect pedals. The pedalboard securely holds up to 10 standard-size pedals and is angled toward a guitarist for comfortable viewing and operation. The pedal platform is conveniently slotted for tidy cable arrangement. Nonslip rubber feet keep gear safely in place on the floor. Plenty of adhesive hook-and-loop strips are included to cover the platform and pedals for proper mounting. For ease of carrying, the pedalboard also comes with a protective padded gig bag that features a removable shoulder strap and a top handle. The bag's internal accessories pocket provides convenient access to supplies and tools.

While Annie Clark was named the 26th greatest guitarist of all time by Rolling Stone in 2023, she couldn’t care less about impressing an athletic stamp on either her sound or her image.


Photo by Alex Da Corte

On her eighth studio release, the electroacoustic art-rock guitarist and producer animates an extension of the strange and singular voice she’s been honing since her debut in 2007.

“Did you grow up Unitarian?” Annie Clark asks me. We’re sitting in a control room at Electric Lady Studios in New York’s West Village, and I’ve just explained my personal belief system to her, to see if Clark, aka St. Vincent, might relate and return the favor. After all, does she not possess a kind of sainthood worth inquiring about?

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The GibsonES Supreme Collection (L-R) in Seafoam Green, Bourbon Burst, and Blueberry Burst.

The new Gibson ES Supreme offers AAA-grade figured maple tops, Super Split Block inlays, push/pull volume controls, and Burstbucker pickups.

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Mdou Moctar has led his Tuareg crew around the world, but their hometown performances in Agadez, Niger, last year were their most treasured.

Photo by Ebru Yildiz

On the Tuareg band’s Funeral for Justice, they light a fiery, mournful pyre of razor-sharp desert-blues riffs and political calls to arms.

Mdou Moctar, the performing moniker of Tuareg guitar icon Mahamadou “Mdou” Souleymane, has played some pretty big gigs. Alongside guitarist Ahmoudou Madassane, drummer Souleymane Ibrahim, and bassist Mikey Coltun, Moctar has led his band’s kinetic blend of rock, psych, and Tuareg cultural traditions like assouf and takamba to Newport Folk Festival, Pitchfork Music Festival, and, just this past April, to the luxe fields of Indio, California, for Coachella. Off-kilter indie-rock darlings Parquet Courts brought them across the United States in 2022, after which they hit Europe for a run of headline dates.

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How do you capture what is so special about Bill Frisell’s guitar playing in one episode? Is it his melodies, his unique chord voicings, his rhythmic concept, his revolutionary approach to pedals and sounds…? It’s all of that and much more.

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