Keeping Your Loved Ones Safe...

Travelling With Instruments and Gear - Part 2

This is the second part of a two part series, in which we're looking at how to best take care of your precious instruments and gear on long haul trips...

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March 18, 2015 Written by Alexander Klomp 0 comments

Keeping Your Loved Ones Safe...

Travelling With Instruments and Gear - Part 1

In this first part of a two part series, we'll look at how to best take care of your precious instruments and gear on long haul trips. Preparation and planning is critical to the success of any tour or trip you make - as I have discovered time and time again, prevention is better than the cure! On my recent tour of the Caribbean and South America, I've had just about all the major problems with gear occur except for my instruments and pedals actually breaking - so I thought it'd be a great idea to share some of my mistakes and tips that I've learned over the years in regards to gear.

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March 11, 2015 Written by Alexander Klomp 1 comment

Power Supplies for Guitar Pedals

So, it's taken you countless hours to find an awesome collection of boutique guitar pedals, you've spent hundreds and perhaps thousands of dollars purchasing them and getting them shipped, and you have put a lot of effort into planning your dream pedalboard and then putting it together. Then you plug your beautiful vintage axe into the input of the first pedal on your new board, the output of the last pedal into your expensive boutique tube amp, and you power up. But instead of getting the sweet liquid honey tone dripping from the amp speaker like you expected, your tone is weak, uninspiring, and worst of all, has a high-pitched, faint and truly vexing mosquito-like noise that just buzzes around the tone. Tears and/or gnashing of teeth ensues...

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November 22, 2014 Written by Rodger van Raalte 4 comments

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