Choosing Guitar Pickups and amps

gold lace sensors used exclusively by Fender from 1987 to 1996. These were used by Eric Clapton for some time, and Jeff Beck also. So if you`re interested, check out the sounds these guys achieve between these dates live. I think they deliver a great sound through a range of amplifiers and I`d recommend them. The options for pick ups are pretty vast these days and Fender are now producing their own Fender Special Design dual-coil ceramic Noiseless™ pick ups so these, which Clapton (using the vintage model) and Beck have in their current signature guitar models.

Ben Edwards psychobilly part IV

Most of the Boss songs were about Parties, Partying, drinking beer, drinking whisky, smoking or brewing home brew beer. Never had a seen a performer whom I believed they had fully lived and experienced EVERY aspect of every song they were singing about. There was something disturbingly impressive and intriguing about this man. He was a great player, and excellent singer however also seemed to not care at all about how he was perceived by anyone in the room.

Cocktails and Rock tales

In her new book Author Jane Rocca matches 200 alcoholic concoctions with their perfect rock soundtracks. Here are a few of them that I personally recommend.

Classic Rock: Let it Bleed by The Rolling Stones – Jammin` – campari, gin and pomegranate juice fireball

Pub Rock: Highway to Hell by ACDC – Between the sheets – apotent mix of white run, triple sec and brandy

Grunge Rock: Houdind by The Melvins – Hedonism – pear vodka, apple and lime juice, so what ? nevermind

Psychedelica: Paranoid by Black Sabbath – Oddity N.o. 9 – cranberry and raspberry juice, vodka and Italian Tauca – far out.

How to select Guitar effects

Guitar effects. What a selection these days. You don`t need a burning stratocaster or the Jimi Hendrix account at New York`s Legendary Manny`s guitar store to find yourself spoilt for choice with a bewildering array and vast multiplicity of choices. guitar effects, distortion, guitar pedals, boss, electro harmonix, cry baby, wah, phaser, chorus, tremolo, reverb, flanger, delay, digital delay, the edge, U2, digitech, whammy, ebow, Jeff Beck…