Questions and Answers
I'm looking to buy a new 15 watt amp for my bedroom. Which one shall I get? A Marshall or an Orange?
I didn't know that Orange made a 15w. I have played on many different amps in my life and prefer the Marshall sound. Orange amkes an awesome amp as well and if you can afford either, I would go with the proven winner in the 15w class….Marshall. I have a 30watt Marshall that I even use for gigging with my church praise band. It more than does the job in a fairly large church….but the little old blue haired ladies can't take full volume anyway.
Now I own a cheap knockoff stratocaster made by Behringer and the guitar sounds decent with the little 15 watt amp I bought with it. I'm looking at getting an epiphone SG, a much nicer guitar than the one I currently own and has many different features. To be completely honest, I love music and making music, but I'm not really well educated about the instrument itself other than a few things, but I was told SG's are great for rock music. Would I have to purchase a bigger better amplifier to hear the full potential of this guitar, or if I use the one I currently have, will I notice some distinct differences in how they sound?
If u really want to rock, pump that
Gibson thru a Marshall to realize the potential of your gear.
IF not try a multi-effects processor to really hear what you can do.
Either way an SG is one of the greatest rock guitars ever created.
Acclaimed Drummer Gavin Harrison's recent Cambridge workshop at Ananda Studios reveals secret of a great drum take
Internationally acclaimed drummer Gavin Harrison, pictured, who has worked with a wide range of artists including Iggy Pop, Sam Brown and King Crimson, recently held a drum workshop at Ananda Studios in Cambridge, during which he revealed the secrets of creating a great drum take.