Category: Gear Reviews

Bass Bridge test, High Mass compared to Stock with High quality audio

Posted by Guy Capuano - February 19, 2015 - Gear Reviews
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Bass Bridge Upgrade a Necessity? I was recently very impressed with the demos of the current line of Fender Squire basses. In particular the Squire Affinity with the P&J pickup configuration. After looking over the specs I decided it was an excellent platform to mod, with the body being alder and the frets and neck […]

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Funk Bass Bible Review

Posted by Guy Capuano - January 29, 2015 - Gear Reviews, Getting Schooled
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Funkalicious I recently got turned on to the the Funk Bass Bible, a book published by Hal Leonard. The first thing I noticed was it had a rich selection of songs, included some early R&B, funk and even 90’s gangsta rap songs. I am a 90’s guy, as I learned how to play in my […]

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Tapestry Audio “Time Traveler” Auxiliary BPM Synchronization Pedal Demo Video

Posted by Guy Capuano - November 7, 2014 - Gear Reviews
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Auxiliary BPM Synchronization Pedal The Time Traveler is a MUST Have for anyone who uses multiple delays, or time based effects on their pedal board. This nifty pedal Has the ability to to store BPM presets and comes with 2 or 3 output options. I have used, and even built, normal multi out tap tempo […]

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Digitech Whammy V user review and demo, high quality audio video

Posted by Guy Capuano - October 29, 2014 - Gear Reviews
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Whammy V I have always loved Tom Morello’s style of playing. It was on the first Rage Against the Machine record that I first encountered the Whammy pedal sound. This Whammy V is the latest release of this iconic pedal. It does not disappoint. Classic or Chords mode This version five has 2 options, or […]

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The new EHX Pitch Fork demo and review, Electro Harmonix Octave Generator Whammy and gliss

Posted by Guy Capuano - October 15, 2014 - Gear Reviews
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Hey everyone, I got in the new Pitch Fork Octave generator pedal yesterday. I have put together a few demo videos showing a very small amount of what this pedal can do. I literally only spent a few minutes with this pedal before shooting these demos. This pedal deserves alot more exploration. The creative possibilities […]

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PRS Comparison CE and Custom “sound difference” video, audio

Posted by Guy Capuano - August 26, 2014 - Gear Reviews, Getting Schooled
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Whats the difference Hello internet. I have always wonder exactly what the tonally differences were between the CE and the Custom. As a man who scours the used market buying,  trading and selling I often wondered why the bolt on CE PRS guitars often go for $1200-$800 while the Customs, which look identical except for […]

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The Guide to Buying and Trading Used Gear part 2

Posted by Guy Capuano - August 14, 2014 - Gear Reviews, Getting Schooled
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Part 2 Buying, selling and trading can be an inexpensive way to get the guitar and gear that you are looking for, as long as you realize from the start that it is not always the most direct way to do it. The simplest way to buy a guitar is to go to a retail […]

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The Guide to Buying and Trading Used Gear! Part 1

Posted by Guy Capuano - August 12, 2014 - Gear Reviews, Getting Schooled
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I’m told there is nothing as wonderful as the thrill of getting a new guitar. Opening the case, breathing in the new guitar smell, collecting the included “case-candy”. Knowing that you are the first person to ever own this guitar – that it is yours and it’s in perfect condition. At least that is what […]

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Zoom G3x looping live with Drums performance

Posted by Guy Capuano - January 11, 2014 - Effectology, Zoom G3
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Here is a little performance inspired by “When you Walk into the room” from Bryan and Katie Torwalt. The drums are kind of cheesey in the G series but they do get the job done for simple drum loops. Also the functionality is a little quarky trying to do a live performance with them but […]

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Amp Modeling comparison, Boss GT-100 and Zoom G3, G5, G3x etc

Posted by Guy Capuano - January 9, 2014 - Boss GT-10, Gear Reviews, Zoom G3
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I have been using this latest generation of amp modeling from Zoom, the new G series and MS series, since it was first released in the G3 configuration. I recently picked up a Boss GT-100 and was blown away by the quality of the effects. So I figured I would see how the amps sounded […]

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Boss GT-100 Ambient patch

Posted by Guy Capuano - January 8, 2014 - Boss GT100, Gear Reviews, Getting Schooled
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Hi guys I just got the Boss GT-100 and am really happy with it so far. The effects are definitely greatly improved over the much loved Boss GT-10. I did a quick video showing some of my ambient type tones I was getting. Hope you enjoy. I am using the Modulated delay, modulated reverb, sub […]

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Zoom MS70CDR multi Stomp review

Posted by Guy Capuano - July 1, 2013 - Gear Reviews
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MS70CDR chorus delay & reverb Hello internet, if you have ever been on my site you can probably tell I like delay and reverb. Also not scared to use a product with the “Zoom” name attached to it. So naturally when I caught wind of the development of MS70CDR in 2012 I got very curious. […]

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Sequence Filter guitar Effect, Live Looping video!

Posted by Guy Capuano - January 29, 2013 - Effectology, Zoom G3
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Sequence Filter Hello Internet. I recently was very inspired by the Sequence filter in the Zoom G3. I cant say enough good things about the Zoom G series. The G5 and G3x have the same core processor and effects as the G3 so all this applies to the entire G series as far as I […]

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Walrus Audio Voyager compared to Klon Centaur (clone of course)

Posted by Guy Capuano - July 19, 2012 - Gear Reviews
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The Comparison I Have heard some things concerning the new Walrus Audio Voyager pedal. Things like it is a Klon circuit, or an “improved” Klon circuit. So I decided to put it next to my Klon clone I built. My clone is a shameless, part for part clone of the Klon, no shame here. Putting […]

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Zoom G3 version 2

Posted by Guy Capuano - July 11, 2012 - Zoom G3
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Zoom G3 version 2 is released in Japan. Go to the Japanese version of the Zoom site and download the version 2 firmware update. It gives all the amp models in the G5 G3x and allows for using 6 effect slots at the same time. Also seems the audio quality is upgraded a bit. Here […]

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Tone Weal GT-1 “GraveSend DR1″ Digital reverb pedal

Posted by Guy Capuano - March 15, 2012 - Delays and reverbs, Gear Reviews
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Whats a Tone Weal ?? I recently snagged a Tone Weal GT-1 digital reverb of Ebay. I could not resist with all the different kinds of delay this pedal has on hand, cheap price tag, small foot print and true bypass switching! First thing I found out was the Tone Weal line of budget digital […]

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Electro Harmonix Cathedral Stereo Reverb Review and demo with Video and Audio

Posted by Guy Capuano - February 25, 2012 - Delays and reverbs, Gear Reviews
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Electro-Harmonix Cathedral Stereo Reverb I got the Electro-Harmonix Cathedral Stereo Reverb pedal a few days ago. My first impressions were not all that great. I was comfortable with a very simple reverb pedal coming from the TC Electronics Hall of Fame, which has minimal amount of controls to dial in. That plus the size and […]

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Zoom G3 incorporates onto a Pedal board very nicely

Posted by Guy Capuano - January 28, 2012 - Gear Reviews, Zoom G3
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Zoom G3 on a pedal board I have to give it to Zoom, this G3 is an outstanding addition to a pedal board. Its light, will run on a daisy chain just like any old boss stomp box, and with a light expression pedal connected you can use it to control a parameter or effect […]

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Myth Buster? Boss Digital Delay Comparison; DD-5 and DD-20 Giga Delay

Posted by Guy Capuano - January 26, 2012 - Delays and reverbs, Gear Reviews, Myth Buster
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Myth Busters? the DD-5 is the best digital delay ever….. Myth Buster? It seems in some circles the Boss DD-5 is thought of as the holy grail of digital delay tones. I have had trouble understanding this. They say it cuts through the mix like no other. I know that alot of times some absolutely […]

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the Eminence Ramrdod, RedCoat Series 10″ Speaker Review With Audio Demos

Posted by - January 25, 2012 - Amps, Cabs & Speakers, Gear Reviews

Eminence RedCoat Ramrod 10″ We are looking at the Eminence Ramrod 10″ 75 watt speaker. The Ramrod is part of the RedCoat series of speakers put out by Eminence which seeks to capture some classic British tones.buy cialis The Ramrod does not disappoint! They sound great in many amps from the Marshall camp over to […]

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