Imagine a world where you move around in your own personal sound bubble. You listen to your favorite tunes, play loud computer games, watch a movie or get navigation directions in your car, all without disturbing those around you. That’s the possibility presented by “sound beaming,” a new futuristic audio technology from Noveto Systems.
The Troublemaker Tele Deluxe Bigsby features a sleek lacquer black finish, mahogany body, 25.5"-scale bound mahogany neck, 12”-radius ebony fingerboard with pearloid inlays, gold hardware, and a Bigsby tremolo and Adjusto-Matic bridge. Also included are two sets of volume and tone knobs, the former of which features push-push functionality for humbucker coil splitting, offering access to up to eight pickup sounds.
This six-string hollow body has curly maple back and sides and quilted maple for its top. Its five-piece maple and purpleheart neck is topped with a bound rosewood fingerboard inlaid with acrylic blocks. It has a pair of EMG 45HZ pickups as well as a Graph Tech Ghost system in the bridge that offers piezo and MIDI output options. The top toggle switch selects between the pickups while the three lowest mini-switches select between MIDI, Piezo, or a combo, a Mid/Dark EQ, and the MIDI Program. Three of the four knobs are volume controls for each pickup, with the fourth being a tone control for the magnetic pickups.
"Written for the guitarist who has been playing for a while, but is seriously hampered by the feeling that they don't know what they're doing. Guitar EncycloMedia provides the perfect solution to this problem by efficiently presenting the theoretical basis of music in a way that is clear, easily applied, and does not require the reading of staff notes or TAB." - Randy Roos, Associate Professor of Guitar, Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA.
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"Bass EncycloMedia is filled with practical and highly musical techniques and information that will benefit bass players of any style and ability level, especially those who have passed beyond the 'beginner' stage. This is a great addition to the library of every bass player. I am very impressed! " - Dr. Robert Cutietta, Dean of the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California.
Dramatically improve your playing by easily learning all the chords, scales, arpeggios and modes necessary to improvise something uniquely different every time with every song. With over 323 pages, Guitar EncycloMedia and Bass EncycloMedia offer total fretboard knowledge in one book. They are as essential as your instrument!
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An amazing young player with an outstanding combination of musicality and technique. Her balanced approach here is patient until she pulls off some outrageously smooth, fast, yet still musical variations.
Tab doesn't make sense to me. Why would you learn that if you can learn how to read music? I look at tablature and reading music the same way you look at playing real guitar and playing Guitar Hero. If you're taking all that time to learn the game, why don't you go on to learn how to play the guitar at the end of it? It's the same thing to me, like, why would you do that?
The TB-2W aims to recreate Sola Sound's legendary late-'60s MK II Tone Bender fuzz unit. It served as the basis for the Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face, Dallas Rangemaster, Vox Tone Bender and other popular fuzz units. It features rare germanium transistors, a three-way voltage selector, selectable true/buffered bypass operation and a refined circuit design for more consistent pedal-to-pedal performance.
Every generation of jazz guitar has its magnet – that unique, new voice so powerful that its gravitational pull becomes unavoidable. Pat Metheny was the magnet for aspiring guitarists coming up from the late ’70s to early ’80s. Wes Montgomery exerted a profound pull on the previous generation of guitarists, and Charlie Christian’s influence was all-pervasive before Wes came along. Now, one of the most influential jazz guitarists of the past 20 years is Kurt Rosenwinkel. His impact can be felt throughout the country’s conservatories and music schools, and his signature warm-toned, reverb-drenched legato lines can be detected in the playing of several rising star guitarists.
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