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You can only talk so much about how a
Chapman Stick looks and sounds; at some
point you just have to see it and hear it.
We’ve gathered up the best the web has
to offer to show you just what the Stick is
capable of. We also got Emmett Chapman
on the phone to talk about the development of the stick in our latest PG Podcast.
Look and listen at premierguitar.com.
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A-List Pedalboard (November ‘07)
Brent Mason is a Nashville A-Lister with a killer 20-effect
board. IndyGuitarist’s Brian Wampler – the mad scientist
behind the project – takes us through each effect and the
method behind the madness.
Making a Messe
Just because it’s an ocean
away doesn’t mean it doesn’t
matter. Straight from Germa-
ny’s version of NAMM, we have
videos of the gear generating
buzz in Frankfurt – be prepared
to do some drooling. Watch them
all at premierguitar.com.
>>> Also online:
• Columns from John Bohlinger and Dirk Wacker
• Exclusive lessons from Mike Campese and Jeff Beasley
• Premier Clinic video lessons, powered by TrueFire
• Plus, our daily gear news, meaty gear giveaways and hours of
(buyable!) gear to peruse on Gear Search.
All this and more at premierguitar.com.
Steve Stevens Interview (Web Exclusive, March ‘08)
In little over a month our interview with Steve Stevens has
already become one of our most popular artist interviews
ever. Brett Petrusek talks with Stevens about his recent
album, Memory Crash, and his gear.
Boss DS- 1 Mods (February ‘08)
Are you getting itchy to do a little tweaking? This article digs
into the classic Boss distortion pedal with mod suggestions
for an array of tones. With a downloadable PDF schematic of
the effect, we’ll have you wrist-deep in solder in no time.
Zoom H2 and H4 Review (Web Exclusive, December ’07)
Recording band practice can lead to all sorts of hassles and
complications. Dan Berkowitz tested two “Handy Recorders”
from Zoom to see if they could meet his portable recording
65Amps SoHo Review (October ’07)
The 65Amps SoHo certainly has a striking visual appeal, but
for nearly $3000, is it more than a pretty face? James Egolf
takes this vintage-flavored 20-watt boutique beauty for a
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