Guitar Reviews by Redmond Militante

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  1. Tony Iommi ·
    So so cool
    Musicians: Musician Websites · Posted: 8/23/2004 by Redmond Militante (957)
  2. Guns N Roses Greatest Hits by Guns N' Roses ·
    You should just get all their albums. gnr's one of those groups you can just load up their discog and hit 'random'.
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · Posted: 8/23/2004 by Redmond Militante (957)
  3. Guitar Center ·
    The one in chicago will meet any price you can find off the internet. i've bought all my guitar-related stuff there.
    Marketplace: Music Stores · Posted: 8/23/2004 by Redmond Militante (957)
  4. Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin ·
    Sound quality is amazing, they did a really great job restoring some of this old footage.
    Videos: Music · Posted: 8/23/2004 by Redmond Militante (957)
  5. Martin D-16GT ·
    I would buy again if I lost it. For the price range this is the best on the market.
    Equipment: Guitars · Posted: 8/19/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  6. Yamaha F-310 ·
    I would recommend this to anyone as an excellent starter guitar.
    Equipment: Guitars · Posted: 8/19/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  7. Marshall MG-15DFX ·
    This was my first amp, I still use it for practicing. It's a great little solid state practice amp. Surprisingly loaded with features, and great tone for the price.
    Equipment: Amplifiers · Posted: 8/19/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  8. Line 6 POD 2.0 ·
    If you are looking for a fun headphone practice tool that can do an adequate job of simulating various tones, this is for you. I wouldn't record with it though. There is no substitute for a real tube amp and pedals.
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 8/19/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  9. Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner ·
    -pretty much the standard for stage tuners and a must for anyone building a pedalboard
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 10/26/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  10. Classic Led Zeppelin I-V ·
    -complete tabs for *all* the guitar parts for the first 5 zep albums. -pretty essential, especially if like me you're tired of all the bogus tabs out there -the material is beginner to advanced level, depending on the song. as with most zeppeli...(more)
    Books/Tab: Rock/Pop · Posted: 10/27/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  11. MXR Dyna Comp Compressor ·
    -only had it for a short while but works well, and greatly improves my sound
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 10/27/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  12. Vox Wah-Wah ·
    -as far as wah wahs go, this and the crybaby are the best known, and the crybaby ever since dunlop bought them out is basically a reissue - this is the real deal -like i said i don't use the wah very much but it's in my chain in case i ever deci...(more)
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 10/28/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  13. Fulltone Fulldrive 2 ·
    -this is my dirty sound most of the times, a little delay and compression and the fd2 set on 'vintage' and i'm good to go. it really excels at the classic hard rock and blues sound -my fav aspect of this pedal is the many tonal options it gives...(more)
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 10/29/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  14. ·
    Their library of songs is quite large - you can literally find several versions of whatever you want. the people who make these guitar pro songs are great. the problem is the same as the problem w tabs online - not all guitar pro songs are cre...(more)
    Instruction: On-Line · Posted: 10/31/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  15. Line 6 DL-4 Delay Modeler ·
    -i'd get this over a memory man because of the options -i mainly use the 'tape echo' maestro echo plex simulation - if i had the cash, i'd go for the echoplex over this
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 10/31/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  16. Electro-Harmonix Big Muff ·
    -if you want the modern rock sound this is it, can also get really metal -this pedal is just really fun to mess around with
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 11/1/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  17. MXR Phase 90 ·
    <br>-this pedal is classic. it's so simple to use but stimulates so much creativity when just playing around, it's quickly become one of my favorites. useful for many types of playing styles. even if you don't use it all the time, it's essent...(more)
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 11/10/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  18. Boss TR-2 Tremolo ·
    <br>-i wouldn't care too much if it was lost or stolen, these are a dime a dozen plus mine is on the fritz, i'd probably look into other trems, maybe a vintage pn-2
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 11/11/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  19. Boss CH-1 Super Chorus ·
    <br>-like i said, i don't use this very much as it's not my thing - i just basically have it for completeness. based on some of my favorite guitarists using this same pedal - jimmy page, zach wylde, etc - i'm pretty sure this is about the best ...(more)
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 11/14/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)
  20. Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb ·
    <br>-it's great, but it's digital - it probably doesn't compare to a vintage fender reverb tank <br>-my biggest complaint is the noise it adds to the signal but it's really minimal especially when you turn your amp up <br>-spring reverb is the b...(more)
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 11/14/2005 by Redmond Militante (957)