The Dusk Tiger From Gibson All But Plays Itself

KARANG! We who are about to spend $4,150 on a guitar salute you! The Dusk Tiger from Gibson is a sexy piece of kit that includes next-gen tuning technology that allows you to almost instantly retune y

Review: Hands-On with AmpliTube 2 for iPhone

IK Multimedia released an update to their AmpliTube iOS app today in the iTunes App Store. We reviewed the first version of the app and its necessary iRig hardware dongle back in July. It’s a wo

Review: Castiv Guitar Sidekick iPhone Attachment

You would think that attaching a cell phone to a guitar would have been something people jumped on in the early days of wireless. Of course, using a flip phone wouldn’t have been practical, so what

For Those About To Rock, We Offer You An iPhone-Controlled Guitar

<img src=""><a HREF="">Rob Morris</a> just showed me this very cool gestural

Palmer Pocket Amp Saves You Some Heavy Lugging

<img src="" />Tired of carrying your 4x12 cabinet and/or amp? No more lugging for you. The Pocket Amp from Palmer is a great s

Review: AmpKit and AmpKit LiNK

In the course of any guitarist’s life, there will be some point where they come into contact with a product manufactured by Peavey. And if that 80s retro logo, complete with pointy-angled letter

Two DIY guitars make it easy to start your N3RDCOR3 band

I got my Millenium Falcon six-string Bought it down on Tatooine Played ’til my fingers bled It was summer of ’69 Me and some guys from school Had a Band and we tried real hard Mario quit a

AmpliTube iRig: Rock out with your 'Phone out!

IK Multimedia – makers of fine Guitar and Bass modeling software, among other things – have pre-order and pricing info available for their new iRig/Amplitube combo for iPhone, iPod Touch a

Inspired Instruments Raises $1.25M, Lets You Rock Out On A Digital Guitar (Video)

<img src="" alt="" /> <a href="">Inspired Instruments</a>, makers of a portable, real-stri

Guitar/headphone interface for iPhone

The slew of music recording / creation apps for the iPhone all share the same weakness. They rely on the internal microphone, and a recording quality microphone it is not. The Guitarbud from PRS Guita

I got my first real six-string/ Bought it to play Guitar Hero

<img src="">The original complaint about music games like <a HREF=" h

i-tab digital tablature reader

Its a proven fact that playing guitar will get you chicks. Unfortunately, by the time you actually put in the time to stop sucking at it, most of the chicks are gone. The i-tab will have you playing p

SMASH: Electric guitar made just to get destroyed, then recycled

<img src="" /> I don't know how to begin this, so I'll get right to it: A Japanese company called K's Japan is offering <a

Virtual guitar pedalboard interface

If you have a friend who is a “serious” guitarist, you probably know how they love to show off their pedal collection. A dizzying array of brightly colored metal housings that more often t

Those about to rock, we encourage you to recompile your Linux kernel

<img src="">This crazy guitar is actually an open source MIDI system using a sexy touchscreen with multi-touch and reactive fretboard. The res

Vox amPlug headphone amps

<img src="" align="left"> It's a well known fact of life that creativity flows better when the sun is down. The best essays are wr

Altec Lansing announces Rock Band speakers

<img src="" align="left">Why be a video game rockstar if you can't hear it? Have you always wanted to put your foot on some

Mellotron on a guitar

Listen to this amazing EFX Effectology demo and tell me it’s not amazing. Essentially the guitarist, Bill Ruppert, is recreating the classic proto-sampler sound of the Mellotron with a few stomp

iShred: To those about to rock, don't do it on the subway or next to me at the DMV

<img src=""><a HREF="">iShred</a> looks like an iPhon

‘Maestro’ guitar concept turns music files into laser-projected fretboard markings

<img src="">Ask any budding guitarist what the hardest thing about playing guitar is and you’ll likely hear, “Making my fingers go on
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