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Airwaive is Available!

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After 8 years, Airwaive is finally done and available to the masses.  78 minutes of premium prog, done old school: we actuallly friggin’ played it just the way you hear it (mostly).Click HERE to learn more… ...
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How to make an album in just 8 short years

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So, you are probably wondering not only how we managed to make Airwaive, but how we did it in just EIGHT SHORT YEARS.First, we had to seriously curb our beer intake. Once we got down to 8 or 12 beers a day (each), things just sort of fell into place. In fact, we could have finished it in about 18 mo ...
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Howe or Tufnel?

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In the pantheon of great progressive rock guitarists, two names will always rise to the forefront of any discussion: Steve Howe and Nigel Tufnel. Debate will rage for centuries as to wether the acoustic breakdown in Starship Trooper is superior to the mandolin solo in Stonehenge, but that doesn’t ...
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Too Many Drums?

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When are there too many drums? I’m not talking about notes in a recording, I’m talking about physical drums in one place.I am sitting here in my basement looking at a whole buncha drumkits. I’ve got the first kit I bought with my own money: a double kick set of Tama Superstars in the rare Aqua ...
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Drum Tips from Johnny

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Categories: Q&A with 3LM
As one’s drum kit grows, beer space becomes increasingly limited. Not only does floor space get covered up, but space to attach drink holders to your hardware can become almost non-existent. Add space for drum microphones, and yer pretty much screwed.The illustration in the first tab shows a typic ...
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Guitar Tips from Marty

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It is vitally important that you always have beer on or next to your amp. The key to drinking beer while playing is to continue playing while drinking (it’s kind of a Yin/Yang thing). Once this basic concept is understood, the rest is easy. For simplicity, we will refer to the left hand as the Yin ...
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Vocal Tips from Mick

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Dear Mick: First, I love your voice! I am wondering how you can be so versatile, singing deep baritone things like Pearl Jam one minute, then singing really high things like Heart and AC/DC the next.~Lisa S.Lisa:The answer to your question lies in two parts. First, I drink a great deal of Captain Mo ...
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