More Guitar Face – Epiphone Sheraton II Review

More Guitar Face – Epiphone Sheraton II Review

In this video, our special guest, Kelly Coughlin, also known as Kelster Von Shredster of Gear Gas & Guitars gives us a great demonstration of his new Epiphone Sheraton II, 2013 edition. Along the way, we get a great taste of his superb rock and blues guitar player. It is such a delight to hear him just cut loose and play his freewheeling, straight from the heart style of guitar playing. Continue reading More Guitar Face – Epiphone Sheraton II Review

Basic Bass Set-Up

Basic Bass Set-Up

Guitar maintenance is an important part of your guitar playing experience and is critical in helping you to maximize the benefits of your instrument. Learning basic maintenance for your guitar will make you more self-sufficient, which in turns saves money and makes owning a guitar more satisfying Continue reading Basic Bass Set-Up

The Reason Why They Came

The Reason Why They Came

Let’s face it, the average music fan isn’t coming to the show to see the bass player or the drummer. They are here for the lead singer, sometimes referred to as the frontman (or woman, apologies to the many phenomenal front-ladies of the music world, past and present). The lead singer is the face of the band. They are who sells the band to the audience. Continue reading The Reason Why They Came

Tech 21, Sans Amp YYZ, Geddy Lee Signature Edition Effects Pedal – Review

Tech 21, Sans Amp YYZ, Geddy Lee Signature Edition Effects Pedal – Review

The combination of my MIM Fender P bas, YYZ pedal, and Markbass CMD102P is killer. I just love the sound that I am able to deliver. I have – on a few occasions – knocked the pot lights out of my buddy’s basement ceiling, while jamming using this combo. It’s not just loud. It has presence and personality.

An added benefit is that I can use it as a DI (direct input) box for recording. Continue reading Tech 21, Sans Amp YYZ, Geddy Lee Signature Edition Effects Pedal – Review