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Old 06-08-2008, 03:07 PM   #1
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Here is a list of links that have some very good information in them. If you have anything you would like to add to this list, please feel free to PM me the link, or post it as a reply to this thread (with a description please), and I will get it added to the list.



Rigs of different bands
Overdrive & Distortion Explained
Lots of information about amps
Guitar Effects - Order & Tips
The effect your cable has on your tone
Recording Advice
More recording advice
Frequencies Explained
Recommended Equalization Frequencies
Interactive Frequency Chart
Recording Electric Guitar info
Yet more info on recording
links to theory and general playing/techniques
The Guitarist's Online Survival Kit (GOSK)
Musical Symbols Dictionary
Musical symbols for phrasing and articulation
CRAIG'S GUITAR TECH RESOURCE
Free music related software
Grail Tone - Home Page
GuitarNuts.com - Shock Hazards





Here are some good resources for DIY:

www.DIYguitarist.com Home Page
Pedal Parts Plus, Inc.
DIYstompboxes.com
tonepad -- a resource for d.i.y. music projects
Small Bear Electronics
Shavano Music Online - Do It Yourself Construction Articles
Guitar Effects Pedals, Schematics, Stompboxes & Electronic Projects
General Guitar Gadgets - Home
New Page 1
Hoffman Amplifiers, Tube amplifier parts, tube amps, tubes
AX84.com - The Cooperative Tube Guitar Amp Project
Paul Ruby Amplifiers
Selected Schematics
http://www.dominocs.com/ToneWorks/shop.html#pedals
GuitarNuts.com - The Internet Home for Wayward Pickers
Guitar-related Circuits
The Free Information Society - Audio Electronic Circuit Schematics
freestompboxes.org • Index page
circuitworkshop.com - Index
how-to lesson on soldering
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Old 05-25-2009, 08:11 AM   #2
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For those that care to dabble with pick ups
CRAIG'S GUITAR TECH RESOURCE
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Old 08-18-2009, 08:48 PM   #3
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Craig's is indeed a good resource. I just found this website too. Carries a lot of articles and some tips. The best part is, they post discounts on band name items. Follow the link and you'll see a page for discounts at Guitar Center. The link below is the general site.

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Old 08-19-2009, 06:16 PM   #4
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Old 12-23-2009, 05:59 PM   #6
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A useful and free site for getting that tone your looking for. Many many reviews on amps, effects. There is a whole section for amp settings for many different amp models. Seems useful to me. I found a few boogie settings that were very cool.

Grail Tone - Home Page
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Old 12-24-2009, 12:00 AM   #7
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Pretty freakin' cool site! I'll get it added to the list. Thanks!
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FastStrings_com A lot of DVD lessons and tutorials for those who playing Bass guitar, Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar and drums for free.
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Old 11-20-2010, 04:28 PM   #9
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The site in my signature is a place where you can find some useful information about ear training, music theory and guitar technique.
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Hey guys

Long time no post. I found this software that is helping me a great deal, so I had to share. It is similar to the chorderator website you have somewhere on the forums, except that you can instal and use without an internect connection. Very useful for me and others, im sure. Its called Guitar Chords Crash Course 3.4. Can be downloaded here: Bincsoft.
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