The DM-2 Waza is one of our favourite delays in front of clean or dirty amps. Not only does it have the classic BBD analogue sound of the original, it features modern day improvements like the re-voiced Custom Mode, Direct Out and Expression pedal input.
If there’s one thing guitarists go all gooey for, it’s a great sounding digital delay. From the rackmount units of the 1980’s (think TC 2290, Roland SDE-3000 and Korg SDD-3000) to the pedal formats of today (Line 6 DL4, Eventide Timefactor and Strymon Timeline), great digital delays change the way guitarists create their music and think about their sound. And now there’s something new to get very excited about: the Boss DD500.
Continue reading Boss DD500 Review: First impressions after one month with Boss’ new digital delay
Thinking of playing keyboard parts on the guitar? Want organ and string sounds on your guitar? Want to play that classic intro to Van Halen’s “JUMP”? Look no further than the new Boss SY300 Guitar Synth.
Continue reading Boss SY300 Review: It’s a game-changer
In 2002, there was no Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, Apple had only just released the iPod and Australian John Sullivan saw his WiFi technology used in Cisco’s first home WiFi router.
Continue reading Roland RV-6 Digital Reverb…it’s coming!
Ibanez axes are the super cars of the guitar world. They’re loud, in your face, and designed to be driven fast. Their sleek, streamlined bodies and super thin, super fast necks have made them the instrument of choice for our favourite dazzling guitar virtuosos…
Continue reading Roundup: Top 5 new Ibanez products for 2015
Cricket has left us with Bradman or Tendulkar, while car lovers always have that Holden or Ford thing should the conversation go stale. Hell, even guitarists can fill a forum or two on who’d win a shred-a-thon between James Marshall Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. So what is the sure-fire topic to ignite any bass player? Well, it’s more like two letters really – P or J?
Staying in tune can be the bane of any musician’s life. But with all the methods of tuning out there, what is the difference and what is best for your situation? Well, we at Better Music are here to help.