In this digital age wouldn’t it be great to just plug in and play using your favourite device. “Jack” lets you do just that without the lag or noise of blue-tooth. Connect quickly to your chosen amplifier, device or computer’s DAW “Jack lets you cut the “red-tape” and get down to playing with little fuss setting up.
For many of us no matter how good your timing is there can be improvement. Soundbrenner has come up with this device that pulses a vibrating & visual click track to you and your band-mates to keep in time. Perfect for any instrument and even vocalists. Keep in time, keep your cool. More
Eastwood Guitars with their Airline series have been producing their fine crafted guitars made in the USA for over 15 years. If you want something retro-cool with some great features and super sound, this may be the brand for you. You can even have one of these babies custom made to suit your personal sound and style. More
Having read many a tale about guitarist & bassists with constant pain, joint and muscle problems over the years brought this topic to the forefront for me. Under my daily practice and playing routine my hands feel fine. It’s when I take breaks and return to my bass that things get dicey.
Unlike the working and touring musician whose hands are under a constant barrage of abuse and damage. Any way you cut it, hand care is a must for anyone using their hands in this way. More
Veteran drummer Joey Kramer is now sporting Pearl as his drum of choice after a long time affiliation with Tama. This earned him a signature set with a few different finishes. I’m really digging the beaded Crystal Beat kit!
I really love Rock-A-Billy and I’m a huge fan of 50’s-60’s rock and roll. So when the Stray Cat’s appeared on the scene in the early 80’s I became an instant fan. Their sound is Brian’s innovative twang that livened up every track of the Cat’s records. Gretsch has had Setzer models for years and deservedly so.
Randy, one of the most talented guitarist of our generation was my first post on Rock’N’Roll Central back in 2010 and has remained a fixture of the site ever since. In this image we get a look behind the scenes at his gear and his setups used back in 1981.
Manufacturer formerly out of Georgia U.S.A. (now owned by Sabian New Brunswick Canada) “Crescent” is making quality cymbals covering all sounds & musical genres. With 9 variety of cymbal lines you are sure to find one for your kit & your style of playing.