Adam Jazairi is a writer, art historian, director, and literary critic, and I guess he sorta likes guitars, too. He has become a shameless gearhead with an incurable case of GAS (that’s “Gear Acquisition Syndrome,” for those of you who have been fortunate enough to be unfamiliar with this horrible illness). His heart has room for three true loves: his Tele, his JC-120, and his pedalboard.
Ever find a great tone, and then later – you’re unable to reproduce it? Can’t find that perfect tone in the first place? Here are a few tips on how to discover and hang on to the tone you’ve been looking for.
For a taste of Strymon’s pedal perfection, look no further than the blueSky Reverberator. This unique stompbox, coveted by surf-rockers and shoegazers everywhere, delivers studio-quality reverb with an unparalleled array of features.
Read Time 2 MinutesHagstrom Viking Deluxe: Class Plus Flair The spacious tone, endless sustain and elegant looks of a Gibson ES-335. We all want it, but few of us can afford it. Some Epiphones come close, but erratic quality control is an issue, and off-brand clones are even more of a crapshoot. So, how do […]