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The King of Tubes: Peter Watson and PM Tubes Make Their Way to US Shores

The King of Tubes: Peter Watson and PM Tubes Make Their Way to US Shores

MJ for TheToneKing.com Peter Watson has been internationally known for designing quality tubes for over thirty years with his company PM Tubes. PM Tubes can be found in the biggest tube amps on the market, including: Marshall, Orange, Diamond, and Hi Watt. His strict quality standards and innovative designs have made him known as an […]

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DiMarzio Super Distortion: Over 40 Years of Brutality

DiMarzio Super Distortion: Over 40 Years of Brutality

A full-grown man, rocking a Hello Kitty Squire guitar, equipped with a DiMarzio Super Distortion humbucker. I felt this is the perfect video to show how truly badass this pickup is

Korg Pitchblack Polytuner

Korg Pitchblack Polytuner

When I was tasked by TheToneKing.com to look at the Korg Pitchblack Polytuner, I noticed that it can lay in wait for hours, taking in only minimal signs of life and at that moment when the time is right and everything has gone sharp or flat, you call on it to set it all right once again

Winter is Here: Seymour Duncan's Most Metal Pickup Ever?

Winter is Here: Seymour Duncan’s Most Metal Pickup Ever?

Find out what “Ubiquitous” means and why Seymour Duncan pickups are that in the latest article at TheToneKing.com

What’s Your Function? TheToneKing.com Talks with Holeyboard Creator Chris Trifilio About Making Better Pedalboards for Gigging Musicians

What’s Your Function? TheToneKing.com Talks with Holeyboard Creator Chris Trifilio About Making Better Pedalboards for Gigging Musicians

Looking at a guitarist’s pedalboard is like looking directly into his or her brain. That’s the thinking behind the Holeyboard, a pedalboard that lets players change their pedal order/combinations on the fly with no messy adhesives or hard to maneuver Velcro.

Cleartone Monster Heavy Series Strings

Cleartone Monster Heavy Series Strings

Finally, a coated string that’ll let you shred without shredding your strings.

Head-Replacement: The Randall RG13

Head-Replacement: The Randall RG13

The Randall RG13 has 1.8 Watts of solid-state output. But from what I’ve seen on the demos, I’m starting to think that my house is the only one that obeys the laws of physics. I’d like to see someone put a decibel meter to this thing, because, it seems pretty loud for 1.8 Watts.

EverTune Bridges: Keeping it in Tune

EverTune Bridges: Keeping it in Tune

This bridge was created for the sole purpose of keeping your guitar in tune under all conditions

Making a Connection: TTK talks with Paul Koski About His Custom Cables

Making a Connection: TTK talks with Paul Koski About His Custom Cables

Speaker cables running from your head to your cabinet, and the patch cables in your pedal board cost the most! Read to find out why …

Reinventing the Wheel: TTK talks with the makers of the Guitar Wheel

Reinventing the Wheel: TTK talks with the makers of the Guitar Wheel

Some say that the nineties were a rebellion against progressive players who touted theory as vital to build enough muscle to properly wield a six-string axe. Alternative and grunge struck back against sweeping arpeggios with discordant melodies and progressions that were based on chord and scale shapes. Since bands like Nirvana momentarily pushed the hair-bands of the eighties into relative obscurity, there has been a raging debate about what is more important, ‘feel’ or ‘theory’. Well, the makers of the Guitar Wheel believe they may have found a way to bring the two opposing sides together.