Guitar Reviews by Robert Ahrendt

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  1. - Guitar Supersite ·
    There are some pretty cool instructional packages. Good links. Troy Stetina's books are great for any player and any level. Practice tips section is sort of a guitar practicing FAQ. Excellent all around, I highly recommend it.
    Instruction: On-Line · Posted: 7/13/2004 by Robert Ahrendt (55)
  2. Speed Mechanics For Lead Guitar by Troy Stetina ·
    If you take his advice and focus on areas each exercise is meant for. You'll clean up your fingering and increase you speed by the end of the first week. Don't stop there though, I am personally amazed at the difference this book has made in my ...(more)
    Books/Tab: Metal · Posted: 7/13/2004 by Robert Ahrendt (55)
  3. Cakewalk Cakewalk HomeStudio 2004 XL ·
    I've tried this, Cubase, and LiveWire, and for a beginner this was the easiest to record and sequence.
    Software: Audio/MIDI · Posted: 7/13/2004 by Robert Ahrendt (55)
  4. Line 6 Spider II 2X12 150 Watt Combo ·
    I definitely would purchase this if it were lost. If I got a recording contract I would opt for the Vetta II. But for the price, you cant beat it. It's twice the amp of the Marshall MG250DFX, and $100 bucks cheaper.
    Equipment: Amplifiers · Posted: 7/13/2004 by Robert Ahrendt (55)
  5. Epiphone Dot ·
    For the price you can't find a guitar that comes close to the range of styles and tone you can get from it. Not what you would want for doing Slipknot covers. But if you like a lot of deep tone it goes great with blues jazz classic rock. Can eve...(more)
    Equipment: Guitars · Posted: 7/13/2004 by Robert Ahrendt (55)
  6. DigiTech RP-50 ·
    I think I would spend the $20 bucks more and get the RP-80 that digitech just came out with. But it's a nice little recording preamp for the price.
    Equipment: Pro Audio Gear · Posted: 7/13/2004 by Robert Ahrendt (55)