Hello there, Here’s my farewell video of my lovely Vintage V6 Reissued Stratocaster electric guitar! Just sold it and wanted to do a video before I deliver it to the new owner. A week before I sold this, I was in Frankfurt for Musikmesse 2018 and met many great people in musical instruments industry. I got my free stuff there… More →
Here’s an attempt to play Levent Yüksel’s Med Cezir on a fretless electric guitar. I spent some time figuring out the chords on my Keith McMillen QuNexus which was very challenging since I don’t know how to play the keys! Levent Yüksel’s Med Cezir album was one of the most respected Turkish pop albums and many people still think it’s… More →
Hey there, here’s a quick comparison video for three different types and brands of guitar strings on a fretless electric guitar. Before you watch the video and see for yourself, here are some words; I have tried Elixir 12102 Nanoweb Coated, La Bella Jazz Tapes 800-R Black Nylon Wound and Thomastik Infeld Jazz Swing JS111 Flat Wound models on a… More →
Here’s what you can get with these pieces of gears; Vintage V6 Stratocaster – RME Babyface PRO – Positive Grid Bias FX ’94 Match DC amp + Kurzweil KS-40 Reference Monitors
Here’s my newly converted Ibanez Fretless AR300RE by MattGuitars
An attempt to compare built-in microphones found in Boss Micro BR-80 and Canon Legria HF R506. Both devices were aimed to my guitar from almost the same direction and location. Which one is better?
First impressions for Canon Legria HF R506. I used my SX ST62 LPB Stratocaster and Behringer GM105 Practice Amp. Have a look at Canon line of camcorders here!
Here’s a quick demo of my new SX SST62 Stratocaster I have upgraded the stock nut to a Graphtech TUSQ XL and also restrung it with an Elixir Nanoweb 11-49 set of strings. PS: Tuned down a half step! This sounds much fresher
Here’s a very laid back test drive of AMT P2. You have two analogue amp simulations. When the switch is off, you have a Fender-like clean tones. When engaged you have whichever AMT series you have picked up. In this case, you have Peavey 5150 kind of tones. AMT is a Russian guitar pedal company and they built great sounding pedals.… More →