Alesis SR18 Review

Alesis SR18 Electronic Drum Machine

Drum machines are superb for helping you improve your feel. The Alesis SR18 is affordable, feature packed and easy to use. Here’s my full review of it.

Joyo California Sound Review

Joyo JF-15 California Sound Effects Pedal

Review of the Joyo JF-15 California Sound Effects Pedal by a session guitarist, author and teacher. 100% unbiased professional review.

What Kind of Guitar Player Are You?

What Kind of Guitar Player Are You

Do you know the kind of guitar player you are? Each type is different and affects your career options, your income and more.

Joyo Vintage Phase Pedal Review

Joyo JF-06 Vintage Phase Guitar Pedal

Review of the Joyo Vintage Phase Pedal JF-06 by a session guitarist, author and teacher. 100% unbiased professional review.

Introduction To Guitar Soloing Basics

Introduction To Guitar Soloing Basics

With just a few guitar soloing basics, you can take your solos from suck to awesome! Apply any of these tips today and rock out!

7 Essential Guitar Accessories

Essential Guitar Accessories

There are many items I can’t do without. But here’s 7 Essential Guitar Accessories I Can’t Live Without. I carry these to all gigs and they are critical.

Dunlop 535Q Cry Baby® Multi-Wah Review

Dunlop 535Q Cry Baby Multi-Wah

Read my review of the Dunlop 535Q Cry Baby® Multi-Wah. It’s a fantastic wah pedal with switchable boost and voice selector!

How To Get More Gigs For Your Band

How To Get More Gigs For Your Band

If you want to get more gigs for your band then my 10 simple tips will enable you to gig more often and have fun playing music with your band.

How To Improve Your Timing On Guitar

how to improve your timing on guitar

If you’re wondering how to improve your timing on guitar, then here’s 5 simple tips you can use today. Having great time will lead to more and better gigs.

How To Learn All Notes on the Guitar

How To Learn All Notes on the Guitar

While there are many ways to learn all the notes on the guitar. Here’s 5 simple tricks to master the guitar’s fretboard in a fun way.