The Three P's of Playing Guitar...
The Three P's of Playing Guitar (Or Any Other Instrument)

Learn what I call the three "P's" of playing guitar and how you can apply them to your own playing no matter your skill level. They are as follows: #1: Perception, #2: Patience, and #3: Practice. I believe if you follow these three P's you'll...

Finding the Right Guitar Amp Is...
Finding the Right Guitar Amp Is Easier Than Ever

Back in the day, there were a dozen or so guitar amps available and although they came in different sizes, they were basically the same. You had volume, bass and treble settings and if you paid a little more, you could get built in reverb for a...

Guitar Buying - Getting Started...
Guitar Buying - Getting Started With A Practice Amp

If you have limited funds after guitar buying, but would like to own an amp, start out with what's known as a practice amp - one that has a decent feature set (tone controls, reverb, and two or more volume controls so that you can sculpt your...

Guitar Speakers - How to Choose...
Guitar Speakers - How to Choose Speakers for Your Six String

One of the most important components for any guitar setup is a great set of speakers. Axe players need a good set in order to properly hear the music they're playing, and purchasing the wrong ones can lead to less than stellar sound. Players say a...

Vacuum Tube Amplifiers - Costly But True Value for Your Money

Vacuum Tube Amplifiers - Costly But True Value for Your Money

Vacuum Tube amplifier consists of vacuum tubes which are used to amplify audio, power and other alternating current signals before transistors were invented. This vacuum technology is still used by guitars. This tube amp basically operates on vacuum tube or valves. Audiophiles usually desire these tubes as tube amplifier is considered ideal for home listening as it produces natural and smooth sound.

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