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Guitar Pusher Weekly Newsletter | Guitar Care And Maintenance

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TONE TALK | Guitar Care and Maintenance Learning how to play an instrument is one thing, but learning how to keep it sounding and looking as good as you bought it is another. For us guitar players, we just want to get straight to playing and rocking out. But we need a functional, working guitar in order to perform in the first place. Taking maintenance seriously lets us get the best out of our instruments. Having it sound, look and feel its best all times will save us time and money in the long run. Storage and Moisture It's given...

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Guitar Pusher Weekly Newsletter | Simple Mods To Improve Your Tone

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  TONE TALK 3 Simple Mods to Improve Your Tone In the world of instruments, so many factors can affect your tone. After spending some time with your guitar, you start noticing things and wonder what you can do to make it sound better. Here are some mods that you can do / or your guitar tech can easily do without spending too much or buying a new guitar. All it will take is a few know-how, tools, and a soldering iron. Shielding Is your guitar producing a static or humming sound? It could be that your guitar is picking...

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Guitar Pusher Weekly Newsletter | Bass Strings: Tapered And Non Tapered

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Guitar Pusher Weekly Newsletter | Bass Strings: Tapered And Non Tapered

TONE TALK Bass: Tapered and Standard Strings Once you have finally gone through the difficult task of choosing the right bass, the last thing you want is to have to worry about yet another element to choose, such as strings. Have you ever purchased a new set of strings and wondered why the action was drastically different compared to your last set of strings? The B-string was much lower or higher? Chances are it's the strings by the ball end are either tapered or not. In this issue, we'll help you choose the right bass strings. Standard or Full Wound...

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Guitar Pusher Weekly Newsletter | Echoes And Delays

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TONE TALK | Echoes and Delays From the very first tape-based echo units to the most advanced delay pedals of today, have been changing the face of music. Vocalists to strings to percussions wouldn't dream of recording without first drenching their tones in reverb. Listen to U2's guitarist The Edge on "Where the Streets Have No Name," and you'll hear the stunning guitar delay that has influenced a whole generation of modern players. Finally, modern looping pedals have enabled performers like Ed Sheeran to elevate the traditional singer-songwriter experience to a new level by using a variety of instrument and...

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Guitar Pusher Weekly Newsletter | The Psychedelic World Of Modulation

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  TONE TALK | The Psychedelic World of Modulation In the 1940s, the Leslie speaker was invented. It was a cabinet where a drum and horn rotated at different speeds in opposite directions, producing different sounds as the speakers rotated in and out of phase with each other. Attempts to reproduce these sounds resulted in the first modulation effects. Simply put, modulation effects work by disturbing your clean signals pitch or frequency to create sounds that mimic that of spaceship sounds to vibratos and choruses.   Phaser  A phaser pedal splits a signal and plays back the two paths at...

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