All posts by Danny Trent

Fender Rumble 40 Review – The Best Bass Combo for 2019?

Best known for their guitars, well known for their amps and basses, the is an example of Fender’s foray into combining the latter two. Fender bass amps don’t have the kind of global stage presence as the likes of Ampeg or Hartke, but it would be silly for them not to at least try and […]

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Reaper vs. Audacity – Which is the best DAW for you?

Since the dawn of digital audio production, plenty of musicians have taken it upon themselves to h availado what they could witble technology to record their own music. There are plenty of benefits: You keep control of the recording process You don’t have to pay an engineer or producer You can do your recording according […]

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Thumb Picks vs Flat Picks- What’s the Difference?

If you’re new to the world of guitar playing, you may not be very well versed in all of the different accessories that are available to guitarists that can help make your playing not only sound better but also be so much easier on your hands! The worlds of picks can be extremely confusing, especially […]

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Ibanez JEMJR Review – Is It Possible to Emulate Steve Vai on a Budget?

We’re all familiar with the iconic image of rock guitarists playing guitar faster than anybody really should, all with spotlights and magnificent heads of hair. Those interested enough have names for those iconic people, and foremost among those names is Steve Vai. Vai started his career transcribing Frank Zappa’s work, then joined Zappa’s band, and […]

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Voyage Air Transit Series VAMD-02 Folding Mini-Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Review

Some of you may be shocked when you read the next statement, so make sure that you’re sitting down before you keep reading. There is a series of guitars in the market now that fold in half. Yes, you read that right. I was absolutely skeptical about this guitar before I put my hands on […]

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The Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Four-String Bass Guitar Review

Even if you don’t have a whole lot of experience playing bass guitar or any musical experience at all, chances are you’ve probably heard of the brand Fender. Fender is one of the most famous guitar manufacturers across the entire globe and is known for producing high-end, high-quality guitars for a range of budgets. We’re […]

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a guide to picking the best guitar straps

Top Six Best Guitar Straps: A Guide to Picking the Best Guitar Straps

Guitar straps are easily one of the most overlooked guitar gear pieces in a guitarist’s gear set. Most guitarists take a look around on Facebook or their favorite music blog to fantasize about a newly released instrument or amp, but no one really gives guitar straps the attention that they deserve. While a guitar strap […]

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mandolin vs guitar: which instrument is better to play

Mandolin vs Guitar: Which Instrument is Better to Play?

It’s very common for people to consume mandolins and guitars, are they are both stringed instruments that look a little similar. However, experienced musicians know that you should never make the mistake of confusing a mandolin and a guitar with each other. If you didn’t know that there was such a huge difference between the […]

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The Top 10 Best Bass Guitar Songs to Get Started On

Learning how to play an instrument can be hard, especially if you have had no previous musical experience. It can get very confusing rather quickly when learning how to play a stringed instrument because of all of the different strings and frets you have to remember when learning how to play. There are a lot […]

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The Charvel Guthrie Govan Signature Model Electric Guitar Review

The electric guitar is an instrument that was built for shredding. When you’re taking your first look at this beauty, all you may see is the price tag attached to this signature model. However, if you take a few more seconds to look beyond the price tag, you will find a world of wonder inside […]

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