If the name Michael Melchiondo does not ring a bell, it’s because he is known professionally by his stage name of Dean Ween. Click to check out what Deaner was talking about. (That's a Ween reference!)
Members of the Guitar Department at Berklee College of Music share their favorite guitar picks. No, not like the things they play their guitars with, but the songs that moved them to play guitar!
“Even if you are using a written transcription, it is imperative to listen to the recording of the transcription to be able to better understand the player’s feel, articulation, nuances, etc.”
If we believe what she wrote in her book’s introduction, Jane Miller’s office should get quite a bit neater and more organized soon.
Well, it has been a while and there have been some changes in the Berklee Blog Network. Now with summer in full swing I am finally getting back to posting about cool products
I love a great story around a pedal. I recently received an Electro-Harmonix B9 Organ Machine by mail. I picked it up at the Berklee mailroom during my lunch break.
So last Thursday night at the beginning of the set at a local gig, one of the 5581 tubes in my Allston Combo decided to call it quits.
This post is a quick New Year’s alert to let you know that the long awaited Pedaltrain Volto power supply is now available at your local and on-line stores.
This post is another quick heads up. I have been using the 3 Leaf Proton Envelope Filter for a couple of months now on my go-to board.
Here is a quick post about a useful accessory for your vibe pedal (or any pedal with an expression pedal connection, as found on some delay pedals, etc).
Every now again I get excited knowing that I might be the one first who brings a great product to your attention.
Here’s a post to highlight a wah I recently added to my arsenal of tone generators. I love wah pedals! It is a big part of the retro-funky-R&B sound of the songs I write and sing.
This post I would like to share a new product worthy of attention. Many of you have already read my earlier post about the Allston Amp Dumbalina made by Rob Lohr in the basement of Mr. Music