EBS Classic Session combos offer renowned EBS bass tone in compact, affordable packages ideal for practice, small gigs or back stage warm up. From 1 April - 30th June 2015, EBS UK/ROI distributor Sound Technology Ltd is offering a free set of quality EBS Titanium Nickel bass strings worth £25.99 with every Classic Session combo.
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Posted on May 14, 2015 by Dan The Man
Posted on January 19, 2015 by Dan The Man
Orange is proud to announce their latest combos with the launch of the new 2015 Crush series. Redefining the benchmark for practice amplifiers, the Crush 12, Crush 20, Crush 20RT and Crush 35RT are primed to introduce guitarists of all levels to the signature Orange sound, whilst offering a genuine alternative to digital modelling.
Posted on November 4, 2014 by Dan The Man
This offer is only available whilst stocks last, so move fast or risk missing out!
Choose from the following 6 rig combinations:
Posted on September 1, 2014 by Dan The Man
Hitting our shores November 2014: BOSS is proud to announce the RC-1 Loop Station, the new entry-level model in the company’s acclaimed lineup of dedicated loop recording devices. Battery-powered and affordable, the RC-1’s straightforward operation makes it easier than ever for guitarists, bassists, and other musicians to incorporate the fun of looping into their live performances and practice sessions.
Posted on May 7, 2014 by Dan The Man
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Posted on January 31, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
Get under the bonnet of your synth and stop relying on those presets with the sound-creator Joe Stachowiak's top tips…
HOW TO DESIGN YOUR OWN SYNTH SOUNDS
Hello again young apprentices! Back for more? My first 'Synth Secrets' article (read it here if you missed it) introduced you to the idea of programming and tweaking presets. Now it's time to take things to the next level and learn the secrets behind making specific sounds! So, fire up your synth and get ready to give these sounds a go for yourself. If you're a first timer then it would also be a good idea to listen to my sounds to check that you're keeping up with me. Ready? Then let's begin...
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Posted on October 26, 2011 by Joe Stachowiak... or so they say! TC Electronic have released this rather strange Youtube video that gives us a clue as to what they are talking about... although it really doesn't give away much, apart from the fact that TC Electronic have one skilled Lego craftsman in their team!Some kind of phone application that works with guitar pickups? Well, just take a look at it for yourself and see if you can work it out.
Posted on October 14, 2011 by Joe StachowiakYamaha have announced a new series of guitar and bass amplifier, comprising of the THR5 and THR10.Yamaha state that these new amplifiers provide a 'new way of thinking' for practice amps. The new THR amps mean that you don't need huge amounts of volume and a selection of pedals to get a great sound. The THR5 is a dedicated guitar amp and it gives you tube amp tone, excellent effects, high-quality stereo output, an auxiliary input for connecting an MP3 player and USB recording capabilities. In addition to this it is also lightweight and compact and can even be powered by battery, making it an ideal portable practice amp.
Posted on October 13, 2011 by Joe StachowiakAshdown introduce the Little Bastard 550 after public demand for a Little Bastard bass head with more power! The Little Bastard 550 features a new version of the LB 30 pre-amp with added Gain control, coupled with the 550 Watt digital power section from the MiBass, resulting in stunning valve bass tone in a loud, lightweight compact head.However, not everyone will be able to get their hands on one of these as they are only going to be released in a limited edition batch! 50 Little Bastard 550's have been made in Ashdown's UK Custom Shop and one of them is available from us today!
Posted on October 4, 2011 by Joe Stachowiak
Back in the day, if you were a keen guitarist the chances are you would learn your trade by buying a record containing some riffs by your favourite player, sticking it on a rickety turntable and then use your hand to slow the record down so that you could hear the riff in super slow mo! Why does this help? Listening to riffs at full speed can often seem like a bit of a blur for the amateur guitarist… trust me, I’ve only recently started making the effort to learn how to play my guitar ‘properly’ so I am a good person to talk to about this! What was that note there? How many times are they strumming that chord? What just happened? Why am I playing a guitar? Who am I? I’m lost!