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Inside Black Lion Audio | Reverb Shop Spotlight
Nate Bierdemann and the team at Black Lion Audio got their start modifying audio interfaces per requests on online forums. Since then, the demand for their ...
Tosin Abasi on Playing with All Fingers and Double Thumb Picking | Reverb Interview
Tosin Abasi has proven he's up for the challenge of taming an extended range (in this case, 8-string) guitar without a pick. Armed with a knack for finger-picking, ...
Earl Slick on Collaborating with David Bowie feat. Golden Years & Stay | Reverb Interview
David Bowie had collaborations with some fantastic guitar players: Mick Ronson, Roberb Fripp, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Earl Slick. Slick was kind enough to sit ...
How To Sound Like The Beatles Using Effects: Part Two | Reverb Potent Pairings
For this installment of Reverb's Potent Pairings series, we're back approximating some of the tones and production techniques of the Beatles, using gear we had ...
Troy Van Leeuwen Watches Reverb QOTSA Potent Pairings
Queens of Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen stopped by Reverb and we had him critique our QOTSA Potent Pairings video. How close did we get to his ...
How To Sound Like The Smiths Using Guitars and Pedals | Reverb Potent Pairings
The Smiths were one of the most influential groups of the 1980s and Johnny Marr's guitar tones and riffs are undeniably original. Let's take a look at how to ...
The Synth Sounds of Blade Runner | Reverb.com
Blade Runner is one of the most iconic soundtracks in film history, thanks to the innovation of composer Vangelis. In this video, Justin takes us through how we ...
How to Make Your Drum Kit Sound Like Dave Grohl's of Nirvana | Reverb.com
Before Foo Fighters and a bunch of other projects, Dave Grohl was the drummer for Nirvana. Here's our quick guide on getting his Nirvana drum tone.
Is REVERB the new eBay? Unboxing Reverb.com SWAG!
A discussion & unboxing of Reverb.com Merch. Is it the new eBay? You decide. If you like the merch in this video - you can buy here: ...
George Harrison's Descending Chords on The Beatles "Something" | Reverb Learn to Play
Watch as we dive into how to play George Harrison's guitar part on The Beatles "Something," a great example of Harrison's use of descending chromatic lines.