This video takes a look at how the new Electro Harmonix 44 Magnum Pedal Power Amplifier can power 2 4×12 guitar cabinets.via easymusiccenter:
Ike Willis (of Frank Zappa fame) stopped by the Moog Sound Room to checked out the Moog Guitar, and this was the result.
Brunetti Tube Amplification and Overloud have announced TH2 Play Brunetti, a custom version of TH2 featuring Brunetti amplifiers.
- Brunetti authorized modeling, with models approved by original manufacturers
- Mercury amplifier, Taxi Drive and Mercury Box distortion pedals, 1×12, 2×12, 4×12 Custom Cabinets available
- Additional modulation and delay effects coming from TH2
- 3D, gapless positioning of microphones
- Advanced cabinet emulations with ReSPiRe 2 technology
- Realistic and easy-to-get rendition of the signal path
- Easy to build or modify your own signal path
- Revolutionary GUI, host or MIDI real-time control via Smart Controls
TH2 Play Brunetti is available now as a plugin in VST, RTAS and AU format for Mac OSX 10.5 or higher and Windows XP or higher. Both 32 bit and 64 bit versions are available.
This video takes a quick look at the Sonoma Wire Works Guitarjack – a device for connecting your guitar to your iPhone or iPod touch.
IK Multimedia released this teaser video for AmpliTube Fender for iPhone and iPad – The new AmpliTube Fender app for iPhone/iPod touch is full-featured Fender Tone guitar rig with a built-in recording studio.
Now you can dial in your favorite Fender guitar amp and effects sounds with the new AmpliTube Fender mobile app for iPhone/iPod touch.
Tore Mogensen demonstrates the Hall Of Fame Reverb pedal from TC Electronic.
TC Electronic has downloadable ‘TonePrints’ for this pedal in the TonePrint section of their website.
Check out this video of the Zoybar TOR – a custom guitar that was ‘printed’ from a computer, using 3D modeling technology.
Here’s how to print your own custom guitar:
- Design an awesome 3D guitar using Blender, an open source 3D modeling application, or customize a 3D model that you find on the Internet
- Print it at an online 3D printing service, like Shapeways
- Put it together and rock
Of course, it would probably help a lot if you know something about 3D modeling software and the capabilities of 3D printers.
The materials for the Tor cost about $175.
At that price, it’s not too hard to imagine printing off your own custom 3D guitar, or sharing models of 3D guitars over the Internet.
Check out the Tor photo and demo and let us know what you think of the possibility that you might ‘print’ your next guitar off of your computer.
Mark McGuigan posted this video on recording guitar for YouTube videos.
Specifically, McGuigan demonstrates how he records video lessons. This includes mic placement, audio effects and editing and video editing.
While the focus of this is on recording guitar for YouTube video tutorials, this information is just as useful if you’re interested in recording guitar jams and other performances.