What, in pop music history, is anyone to compare Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour to? If you’re at all flummoxed by that question, join the club, populated by scores of journalists and commentators who’ve …
“As the U.S. leg of the Eras Tour hits the history books after a SoFi Stadium finale, comparisons to even the greatest pop tours of the past are hard to come by — this one sits in its own league, business-wise and culturally.”
The original frets on my es335 were unplaybly low so I had it refreted with SS jumbos. That killed the tone on the guitar so I went back to nickel.
After much thinking I decided to go with jescar 55090. From what I've read this is what the Gibson usa line hade for a long time. I like how my SGs play and the woody sound they have, and when I measured the width it seemed to be 90, so that seemed the safest bet. I also didn't choose wider frets because I like the extra room further up the...
We're thrilled to introduce a new section of our forum, "Signal Chain: Rigs, Setups & Sound. " This space has been designed with one mission: to create a dedicated hub to delve deep into the world of gear rigs, equipment setups, and sound applications.
From the intimate intricacies of bedroom rigs to the grandeur of professional stage setups, this is your platform to share, learn, and discuss. Whether you're looking to recreate your favorite artist's tone, troubleshoot...
I don't know why
I've always used Schallers, the oldest set I have is like 25 years old, and they haven't failed me in any way.
But as of late, the simplicity of pull a strap on the peg - pull it off seems so tempting. I don't move on stage as much as I used to, although some b*tt wiggling is alas, still mandatory, and it only makes me want to ditch my good ole german locks.
So I ordered a bunch of oversized strap buttinz.
It's always a pleasant surprise when I find out the frontman of a band, who I would have assumed would be just a medium-skill rhythm player, has great chops.
When I was younger it was Billie Joe Armstrong's pentantonic blues solos that I thought were amazing and shockingly good. Though I'm less wowed by his chops these days, the "bro he can actually shred" thing kinda wore off, he's still probably underrated as a guitarist in the popular consciousness.
We hope this post finds you all immersed in your musical journeys.
Firstly, we'd like to thank all who provided your feedback on the proposed new forum section. The response was overwhelmingly positive, and it's clear that this space, dedicated to the in-depth exploration of complete gear rigs, is something our community is excited about.
Now, it's time to move on to the next step. We need a name for our new section!
I never really knew much about Tom Jones. Certainly never saw this side of him. This whole clip is great. He kisses a few broads, hits on sisters mid-verse, but the real fun starts at 1:20. The guy’s an F’ing lunatic, I may have to dig deeper into this freak's catalog.
Got the email today. I’ve not kept up with Yamaha but Fender WTF. Fender dealers out here offering 15-25% discounts if you ask so they can move stock and Fender going to the well again to raise prices.
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As the stewards of The Gear Page, we continuously strive to improve, expand, and adapt our platform to serve your needs best. Today, we're contemplating a new idea and would love to have your insights on it.
We are considering the addition of a new forum section dedicated entirely to exploring complete instrument setups and gear rigs. It will...
I have seen items I track on Reverb go down in price over the past six months. It is slow moving, but as the average or market price on open and recently sold listings moves down, that affects what new listings get priced at.
Here's Phillip McKnight's take on what he sees in the current market (at 2:17, then again at 2:08:14)
I have purchased an expensive pedal off a dude on reverb. Was silly enough to paypal the money as a “gift”. Yes, i know.
The package had arrived but there was a stack of paper inside the box instead of a $600 device. Courier wasnt present while i opened the parcel
The seller filed a claim with GLS from his side, but GLS emailed him back with a “we don’t see any proof the package was tampered with under our custody”