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How To Install An Amplifier

A stereo guitar amplifier helps you to amplify sound; therefore, the sound becomes louder and clear. How to assemble the amplifier The first thing you need to do is to acquire a guitar amp kit. The good side is that you can easily buy it from an online retailer. You should then familiarize yourself with the eyelets on the board that are used in holding the component connectors. To familiarize yourself you need to read a schematic that illustrates the layout and nature of the circuit.

Working With Chet Atkins – An Interview With Jimmy Moore

Tom: Can you tell me a little bit how you got your first start with photography? Jimmy: We lived in this little small town, Lawrenceburg, TN. There was one small magazine store that got Popular Science Magazine and Popular Mechanics and I just read everything in there.

Top 5 Nickelback Songs to Make You Love Them Even More

What can you say about Nickelback that hasn’t been said before? Despite the fact that there are a significant number of “haters” out there, they continue to be one of the biggest bands in the world, and their song writing seems to be something that most people can identify with. In this article, I’ll sum up my five personal favorites from them, and tell why I like those particular songs, so that maybe you might consider their songs in a different way.

How to Sing Better – 3 Tips for Immediate Results

Daily practice is the best long-term strategy for improving your voice, however it is possible to learn how to sing better by following these three tips for immediate results. The tips address three things that many singers are not aware of, and have enormous impact on the quality of your voice.

Connie Francis: Singer, Actress, Where The Boys Are and Most Importantly Memorable

Connie Francis is an American pop singer who was the top charting female singer of the late 1950s and early 1960s. The last song on an MGM contract was a song titled “Who’s Sorry Now.” At first she did not like the song and thought her voice sounded awful. But as fate would have it in January 1958 the song debuted on American Bandstand. In short order it sold over a million copies and hence she was on her way to stardom. You will also read about her relationships with songwriters Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield, her romance with Bobby Darin and the tragedy she endured during her prolific career.

History of Country Music

This article briefly describes the origins of today’s Country Music. This is an informative piece with mostly facts, and not a lot of fluff.

The Feeling of Hard Rock Music

Because of my own love for creating and appreciating, I’ll continue to put my hard rock heroes on a pedestal, and appreciate them for the songs they’ve given me, and the emotion those songs spark in me. Yeah sure, I hear the occasional song on the radio where I find myself really digging a vocal melody or something like that, but at the end of the day, it’s always going to be the sound of the electric guitar that gets my juices flowing.

Music Review: Say Siegel-Schwall

This is a brief review of the 1967, stereo LP album titled Say Siegel-Schwall. I wanted to provide this review because I firmly believe this is the finest of the group’s albums and certainly my all-time favorite blues album!

The Siegel-Schwall Band: A Music Review

This a review of the 1966 blues album titled The Siegel-Schwall Band. I believe that this is one of the finest recordings ever produced.

The Beat of a Different Drummer With 7 Types of Drums

Can you identify the culture of a drum’s beat by its pitch? Drums of different origins are performed by drummers with cultural precision, showmanship and distinctive sounds.

Music Review: The Siegel-Schwall Reunion Concert

Please enjoy this review of the CD developed at the 1987 reunion of Siegel-Schwall. This blues band was formed in 1964. They produced two of my all-time favorite albums: The Siegel-Schwall Band in 1967 and Say Siegel Schwall in 1968. Siegel-Schwall broke up in 1974 so I was glad to find this reunion CD.

The Clash – “Give ‘Em Enough Rope” Doesn’t Get Enough Credit

Punk rock is really hit or miss sometimes, and no album is more evident than the Clash’s second record. “Give ‘Em Enough Rope” was supposed to be a huge record for the mighty punkers, but when they chose Sandy Pearlman for the producer, things seemed to shift a little and the punk rock community let the band have it. Despite groans and gripes from fans, the band went ahead and still made the record and it is quite the achievement, even if it didn’t have the immediate impact that their first or subsequent records after this one had.

Ten Pop Songs That Are Unintentionally Frightening

An article on the Yahoo main page on October 29 listed the ten scariest bands. The only two that made the list from my childhood are Kiss (#3) and Black Sabbath (#1). Though I liked both bands, I cannot recollect having been scared of either of them.

Home Recording Studio Microphone Basics

Buying a home recording studio microphone for the first time can be overwhelming. This article will give you a crash course in microphone basics. It covers the crucial information you need to make a sound decision about the best microphone for your recording needs. We’ll discuss transduction, recording studio microphones of different types, microphone frequency response, and polar patterns.

Indie Rock Bands, Then and Now

I remember the indie rock bands from 25 years ago. Indie music had a “sound” and these days, that’s just no longer the case. The talent pool has grown and gotten better, and even if you’re a fan of Hard Rock and Alternative music then you can be sure to find some satisfaction in the music of Independent Artists of today.

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