Fender: If you’re curious as to whether Gibson can take a joke as well as they can dish it out, we kindly offer the following suggestions for the second volley in what could turn into the most epic prank war in the history of the music trades.
In the last couple of years, I’ve had some major revelations about playing music that have made a tremendous difference in my guitar playing. I hope one or two of them work for you and help you get the most of your gear!
For the next few minutes TheToneKing.com will serve as your pedal-shopping “noise-gate,” so you don’t spend a lot of money just to make “the same old noise and nobody can hear the difference.”
The outstanding product that you produce as a guitar manufacturer is belied by your terrible mismanagement as a company.
In this installment, TheToneKing.com takes a look at some of the pedals that are bringing their A-game to the fuzz market
The Tone King is here to help you spice up your rig some of the effects that have set the standard for guitar effects design and tone today.
At some point, Seymour Duncan became the kings of OEM. Recently, there seems to be a change in the trend, and it looks like DiMarzio might be poised to steal Duncan’s crown
Chapman Guitars has emerged to harness the collaborative power of the Internet and put players in this driver’s seat.
In what is slowly becoming a mass exodus for manufacturers, Guitar Center has lost yet another one. Guitar Center severed ties with Behringer right after Behringer said that they were putting GC on “business hold”
Ever since Fender pulled out of its IPO two years ago, they’ve been going through a ton of changes. Some of those changes have left us scratching our heads.