We sat down with Bad//Dreems guitarist Alex Cameron to learn about the new bits and pieces that were used during the Gutfull sessions, and to find out why he still can’t use his favourite guitar, an ’87 Stratt, to record songs.
To thunderous applause emerged the enigmatic Carlos Santana, and within seconds, the entire venue was off its collective feet.
Australian Hi-Fi Magazine editor Greg Borrowman interviews Roland Hoffmann, of Dynaudio about the new Contour Series and his plans for Dynaudio's 40th anniversary...
With only a shoestring budget and a head full of dreams, Melbourne songsmith Luke Yeoward adventured through the USA to lay down his soul-searching solo debut. Yeoward walks us through the journey that led to his definitive work.
One, two, three push your pelvis with me, I said one, two, three push your pelvis with me!
Australian Guitar's Steve Henderson remembers his experience with an industry legend.
American blues rock guitarist Eric Gales has paid his dues in overcoming his demons. Now mature and driven, as his latest album Middle of the Road demonstrates, we spoke with Eric to discuss his highly anticipated appearance at the upcoming Bluesfest, his unique playing style and how he gets his guitar sound.
There’s a reason the great techs earn a living from setting up and repairing guitars: it’s tricky, exacting work that can really benefit your instrument. But many techs will tell you there’s a lot you can do yourself. We asked pro tech Joseph Price for some pointers on how to set up your guitar and get it singing sweetly.
Three years after breaking out with their head-tilting debut, Brisbane’s Dune Rats are back and more outrageous than ever. Words by Matt Doria. Photo by Matt Warrell.
A sound engineer has the skills and ability to work across a number of areas. Sometimes it is in the recording studio, sometimes it is at a festival doing live sound, other times it is on location at a film shoot.
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