Blog: Why My Live Rig Is Pedalboard Based

Why do I have my rig centered around a pedalboard instead of an amp? Read on to find out!

Gear Review: Orange Micro Dark Terror

Street Price: $189 OverviewOrange really revolutionized the amplifier market with its original Orange Tiny Terror series of "lunchbox" style guitar amps.  Typically about the size of a lunchbox, simple controls, lower power, "lunchbox" amps are great bang for the buck as far as portability, tone, and power.  Every manufacturer has a "lunchbox" amp now.  So... Continue Reading →

Guitar Memes, Vol 1

In addition to guitar, I love comedy too. Every now and then I try my hand at memes. Here are some of the ones I've made. Anyways, be sure to follow my social media's to catch these puppies fresh out of the oven when they pop in my mind. Cheers, Chuck Support This Blog Each... Continue Reading →

Tone Tip: Low To No Volume Practice

As I've gotten older, it seems like my guitar playing needs to be quieter and quieter.  As a teenager, I'm surprised my parents even tolerated the volumes I would play at all the time.  When my wife and I moved into our first house, we had very close neighbors.  So that was the first detriment... Continue Reading →

Gear Review: Bugera G5 INFINIUM

Street Price: $249.99 The Bugera G5 Infinium head, to me, is the ultimate bedroom amp.   I feel like the G5 often gets overshadowed by its one-trick-pony cousin, the V5 combo, but for similar money, this head outshines the V5 in almost every way.  It is a Class A tube amplifier powered by 12BH7 power tube... Continue Reading →

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