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Cables on the Brain
Web Editor Joe Coffey sits down with
Steve Seropian, owner of AccuSound Cable
Company, to go in-depth into what goes into
developing and building the all-important line
from your guitar to your amp.
Diagnosing Volume Pots
Resident tweaker Dirk Wacker examines
common volume pot problems, and
details the steps to take to fix them.
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Amalfitano SP Pickup Review (September ’07)
Jerry Amalfitano created a near-perfect pickup specifically for
Strats. In this review, James dissects these hand-wound SPs
and their vast tonal range.
The Tone Checklist: Eight Steps to Tone (April ’08)
Although the list may seem obvious on the surface, John
Cook goes into detail about what the eight steps are, and
how to use each one in your own pursuit of tone. Get your
pen, guitar and amp ready for this step-by-step listing created for dedicated gearheads looking for an edge.
The Shredder’s Ph.D., Part III (Web Exclusive, January ’08
In this piece, Jeff Beasley uses his vast knowledge and the
superb techniques of Al Di Meola and Paul Gilbert to inspire
thrashers to pay attention and improve their own guitar
John Prestia: Behind the Scenes in Nashville (Web Exclusive,
April ’08) Survival in the musical jungle known as Nashville can
be rather difficult and intimidating for any seasoned musician.
Guitar tech John Prestia defied the odds with his desire for
unique tones and innate talent to endure the challenges of this
historic city. Read and discover what it takes to maintain a career
in such a competitive musical community.
SRV’s Lenny (December ’07)
The world of music is filled historic and identifiable guitars, but only a select few guitars are known by their first
name. In this article, we go beneath the surface of SRV’s
Lenny and unravel the mystery of what this guitar really
meant to the late, great Texas guitarist.
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