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  1. Way Huge Fat Sandwich Distortion Pedal Review

    Way Huge Fat Sandwich Distortion @ $179.99 As far as effects pedals go, one of the main added effects – if not the main one – is most definitely distortion. If we were to break it down, there are essentially three main types of effects that fall under the distortion umbrella; you have your typical distortion, overdrive and fuzz. They...
  2. The Gear and the Glory: NOFX

    From Left: El Hefe, Fat Mike and Eric Melvin; Not Pictured: Erik Sandin on drums As any normal music fan, we sometimes aren’t satisfied with simply the songs when it comes to our favorite bands. Some of us want to know their back story, some of us want to know who they’re dating, and some of us even want to...
  3. The Gear and the Glory: The White Stripes

    *The White Stripes in 2001, first tour of Japan As any normal music fan, we sometimes aren’t satisfied with simply the songs when it comes to our favorite bands. Some of us want to know their back story, some of us want to know who they’re dating, and some of us even want to know their favorite food! While some...
  4. Zoom Q3HD Handy Video Recorder Review

    Zoom Q3HD Handy Video Recorder @ $299.99 A few years back, Zoom released the HandyCam Q3 as a pocket recorder that would distinguish itself from the rest of the pack with its dual microphone setup and focus on comparatively high audio fidelity. Although it was an overall solid product that delivered in the sound department, it was not without its...
  5. A Closer Look at The Zoom R24 MultiTrack Recorder

    Zoom R24 MultiTrack Recoder/Audio Interface Controller @ $499.99 When Zoom released the R16 a while back, it did so with plenty of features, tons of interactivity between recorder and computer and the ability for the R16 to be used as a standalone unit, all in a lightweight and portable package. It allowed for the recording of 16 tracks per project...