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Pro Audio Buzz: 5 Artists Who Rely on KRK Systems

Anne Erickson
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03.23.2015

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KRK Systems, one of the Gibson Pro Audio offerings, is a leading provider of accurate and reliable monitors and control room solutions. Here are five artists who rely on their KRK Systems Monitors for their most precious projects and gigs.
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How the Original Alice Cooper Group Reigned with Dual SGs

Russell Hall
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03.20.2015

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Key to the band’s sound was the dual-SG interplay of Michael Bruce and Glen Buxton. “We always tried to make the guitar parts as meaningful to the tunes as we could,” Dunaway told Gibson.com in 2007. “Michael had a clean, cutting sound, and distinct notes, whereas Glen was more about feel, and was more edgy and loose.
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Gibson Collectors Choice Les Pauls

Michael Leonard
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03.17.2015

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Gibson Custom craft astounding repro's of Les Pauls made famous by Gary Moore, Tom Scholz, Aerosmith, Bernie Marsden and more. Here's a quick guide.
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The World According to Kid Rock

Daniel Eriksson
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03.17.2015

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Kid Rock is getting ready to hit the road this summer with another installment of his $20 ticket tour. Let's take a look at what this rapper turned country rocker has had to say about his music and fans over the years!
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Jeff Beck’s Blow By Blow Turns 40

Ted Drozdowski
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03.16.2015

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How Jeff Beck transcended rock godhood, with help from George Martin, with his 1975 classic album Blow By Blow.
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Rock Show: A History of Paul McCartney’s Amazing Post-Beatles Guitarists

Russell Hall
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03.13.2015

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Among his many talents, Paul McCartney has an uncanny facility for scouting out superb guitarists. Of course, when you come of age accompanied by George Harrison and John Lennon, your standards are bound to be high.
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Muting: When Silence Is Golden

Peter Hodgson
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03.13.2015

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As guitarists, we hear a lot about muting, but usually it’s to do with creating the classic ‘palm-muted chug’ sound. But there’s another kind of muting that has nothing to do with going ‘chugga-chugga-chugga’ - the kind that’s all about making sure the audience hears the note you intend to present to them, and no unwanted extraneous noises. Here are two different approaches to this issue.
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Gibson 5 Star Dealers

Michael Leonard
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03.11.2015

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Guitar Village in the U.K. is a premier guitar store, and is also a certified Gibson 5 Star Dealer.
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10 Guitar Heroes Name their Own Guitar Heroes

Daniel Eriksson
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03.11.2015

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As guitar players we all have our idols that got us to pick up the instrument in the first place. Sometimes those influences are directly indicative of the type of music we end up pursuing, but in some cases that initial contact with the world of rock or blues might just be a starting point and you end up veering off in a completely different direction.
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Rag-Time: How to Clean Your Guitar for Better Tone

Ellen Barnes
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03.11.2015

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The best — and least expensive — way to improve your guitar’s appearance, as well as its tone, is to administer a thorough cleaning. But there are a few guidelines that need to be followed when tackling the dirt, grease, perspiration and smoke that may have accumulated on your guitar, either from regular use or neglect; otherwise you risk permanently damaging the quality and resonance of your instrument. Whether it’s an acoustic or an electric that you’re aiming to clean, these tips still apply. If you have a vintage guitar, you’ll need to take special considerations, as explained in a note below.
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