Guitar Moderne Record Picks XXV

Despite the lockdown, modern guitar releases keep coming apace. Here is the latest bounty from Jessica Ackerley, Jo Jena, Nick Milevoi, Henry Kaiser, a couple of Tim Motzer records, and others. There is still time to get many of these releases on Bandcamp, where today all the proceeds go to the artists, but don’t let that stop you from buying them in subsequent days.

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Cool Pedal Alert: Phor Phaser Phreeks

From the Greek geniuses who brought you the classic fuzz emulations of the Constellation pedal, comes the Crazy Tube Circuits Cylclone. As this video demonstrates they have managed to conjure scary simulacra of some classic phase shifters, including MXR’s Pase 45 and 90 pedals, the Electro-Harmonix Small Stone, and others.

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The Mark Wingfield Interview

Mark Wingfield has found the key to seamlessly integrating traditional and modern electronic guitar sounds through his use of the Roland VG-88 and a Sustainiac pickup. We talk about that and more. Speaking of more, click on the more button for videos of Wingfield in action and more discussion of his gear and process.

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Modern Guitar Radio

You say you are interested in finding some modern guitar music that you haven’t yet heard? Just head on over to The Modern Guitar Show segment at Jack Sonni Guitar Radio any  Saturday and Sunday night at 11pm Eastern Standard Time.

Curators Michael Ross and Joel Harrison will endeavor to open your ears to new sounds from an old instrument. The options for doing so are multiple. You can download the Jack Sonni Guitar Radio app for the Apple or Google Store, you can go to the Jack Sonni Radio website, the iHeart Radio site, or the Live 365 site.

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Guitar Moderne Record Picks XXIV

A delightful combination of new and old faces. Stalwarts Stian Westerhus, Todd Clouser, Eyal Maoz, Álvaro Domene, and Killick Hinds join recent discoveries Colin Fisher, Dean Sanromieri, Craig Chin, and Jeremy Baysse for a spate of great sounding recordings. Lockdown or no lockdown, Covod or no Covid, music will be made!

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