The 7 Best Octave Pedals for Guitar that You Can’t Miss this 2019

Octave pedal is an important part of a pedalboard as it allows guitarists to change their tone hassle-free and create unique playstyle. But there are various choices in the market, as well as opaque assumptions about octave pedals. After a careful and comprehensive research, we made out this list of the 7 best octave pedals … Read moreThe 7 Best Octave Pedals for Guitar that You Can’t Miss this 2019

The 7 Best 4×6 Speakers for Car Music Enthusiasts 2018

Immersive music is necessary for a fun and enjoyable driving, but factory speakers never meet your demands. An aftermarket speaker is the most common resolution: better performance, more fidelity, and more loudness. After carefully researched, we made out this list of the 7 best 4×6 car speakers that you should consider when shopping for a … Read moreThe 7 Best 4×6 Speakers for Car Music Enthusiasts 2018

Country Rock Part 4: Poco, the Eagles and the West Coast Sound

In the early 70s on the West Coast of America a new kind of country-influenced rock emerged. Harmony vocals, pedal steel guitars and a soft rock backbeat typified the style that first came to prominence with Poco, the band formed by ex-Buffalo Springfield-ers Richie Furay (lead vocals and guitar) Jim Messina (bass) and Rusty Young … Read moreCountry Rock Part 4: Poco, the Eagles and the West Coast Sound

The Complete Guide to Country Rock Part 3: Gram Parsons, the Flying Burrito Brothers and the Grateful Dead

With Dylan’s endorsement and The Band’s influence, the country rock movement was primed for take off. Free of The Byrds, Gram Parsons recruited Chris Hillman on Mandolin, Chris Ethridge on bass and ‘Sneeky’ Pete Kleinow on pedal steel to form The Flying Burrito Brothers. Gram Parsons envisaged his new band as an expression of ‘Cosmic … Read moreThe Complete Guide to Country Rock Part 3: Gram Parsons, the Flying Burrito Brothers and the Grateful Dead

The Complete Guide to Country Rock part 2: Bob Dylan, The Band and The Byrds

In 1966, instead of following the trend of acid rock, with its experimental sounds and studio trickery, Dylan hiked off to Nashville to record his groundbreaking double album, Blonde On Blonde. The musicians on the record were some of country music’s best session players, and Dylan was firing on all cylinders creatively. The result was … Read moreThe Complete Guide to Country Rock part 2: Bob Dylan, The Band and The Byrds

The Complete Guide to Country Rock

Sun recording artists Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash – dubbed the Million Dollar Quartet – at an impromptu jam session, Memphis, 1956. Country and rock have always been uneasy bedfellows, ever since Elvis Presley appeared on the Grand Ole Opry in 1955 and offended country purists with his amalgamation of … Read moreThe Complete Guide to Country Rock