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EQ Techniques for Clean Guitar Sounds | There's more to life than distortion - and EQ is a crucial element in obtaining great clean sounds.
10 Common Guitar Recording Mistakes | The recording process is difficult enough, without looking for trouble.
Guitar Cord Basics | Guitar cables may just be wire, but they're not as basic as some think - and they interact with both your instrument and your amp.
Guitar Meets Reverb | Today's digital reverbs can do a whole lot more for guitar than spring reverbs.
Optimizing Pickup Height for Sustain | Placing pickups close to your strings gives a hotter output - but the tradeoff is less sustain.
One Tone Control, Two Tone Options | This simple mod extends what your tone control can do, without any irreversible modifications.
Tone Control Capacitor Fact and Fiction | Don't believe everything you read on the internet, especially if it involves guitar tone.
Signal Processing for Bass | Ready to augment the sound of your bass? These tips will help you along.
Why an Adjustable Nut Matters | I hope this doesn't become a casualty of the 2015 Gibson backlash.
10 Hot EQ Tips for Guitar | Distortion and EQ are crucial for guitar - make sure you get the EQ right.
5 Amp Cabinet Miking Tips | To mic a cab, you just point a mic in its general direction, right? Actually, there's more to miking than meets the ear.
Recording Electric Guitar - the Basics | Whether recording direct or using a microphone, check out these basics before you click on "record."
All About Layering Guitars | Layering supposedly gives a "bigger" sound - but that's not always a given.
Build a Guitar-to-XLR Preamp for Guitar |Whether for feeding line inputs, pro audio gear, or driving long cable runs, this box solves many problems.
Which Dynamics Effect is Best for Guitar? | Limiting, compression, multiband dynamics - find out how each one affects sustain.
Guitar Amps: Combining Virtual and Physical | No law says you have to use only virtual amps or physical amps - why not combine them?
Beyond Rhythm Guitar | Let's move rhythm guitar up a notch - to hyper-rhythm guitar that really locks with a rhythm section.