Heritage Guitars is a name that’s been around for a while, but not many are aware of the brand's rich history. In this blog, we provide some context...
15 Jun 2021 - 6 min read | 69 min watch
It's a rite of passage for a guitarist to build their own pedalboard. They're an integral component in your personalised sound. But how do you do bring your ideas to life without breaking the bank? We're here to help.
28 May 2021 - 10 min read | 81 min watch
As much as we all love a big clean guitar tone, sometimes you just want to get a little dirty. Here are the best ways to add lofi dynamism to your sound through crinkles, warbles and imperfections.
10 May 2021 - 6 min read | 4 min watch
If you've listened to any pop music from the last twenty years or so, there's a high chance you'll have encountered autotune in one form or another. But what actually is it? Is it only used when an artist can't sing? And how did it come about in the first place?
1 Feb 2021 - 5 min read | 4 min watch
In this blog, we explain how G&L's MFD pickups work and reveal what their advantages are over traditional single-coils. We also look at the different versions of these innovative Leo Fender-designed pickups, comparing their physical designs and tonal characteristics.
If you record music regularly, you've probably come across the term 'polar pattern'. But what exactly are they? And just how do they impact the quality of your recordings? We explain all...
The Akai MPC is one of the most iconic electronic instruments ever produced. Used by the likes of J Dilla, Kanye West, Warren G and other heavyweight acts, this drum machine left an indelible mark on hip-hop music.
In this blog, we explain what a ‘pedal platform amp’ is and why you should consider owning one - especially if you love to dabble with effects!
Some guitarists like their instrument to look beaten up straight out the box. Let's take a closer look at the unusual concept of relic guitars...
The legendary Stratocaster was tweaked and tinkered extensively over the first 30 years of its existence. Let's explore the main features developed over three decades of Strat design.
Have you taken a long break from the instrument? Unsure where or how to get back into the swing of things? We're here to help...