The Top 3 Guitarists in Deep Purple That Are Not Ritchie Blackmore (Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Edition)

In what may be the longest title in the Seymour Duncan blog section, this time my verbose title is justified See, Deep Purple is one of the reasons I play guitar, and is still one of the reasons I continue today. Getting inducted in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is way overdue, but…

Effects Basics: The Volume Control

This article will explain exactly what these knobs do (duh!) and how you can use them to fool your audience into thinking that they are listening to a cello, steel guitar, or keyboard. Once you get to know these knobs well, it may even affect future guitar purchases!

Cage Match: Learning Right-Handed or Left-Handed

It all starts somewhere. The first trip to the music store is either with the parents, or as an adult because ‘you always wanted to play.’ Most players fit into the above categories, and usually the first thing the salesperson asks is if you are left- or right-handed. They don’t ask new flute players this, and they don’t ask new piano students. They don’t even ask drummers. New guitarists and bassists are supposed to know what feels more ‘natural’ when everything, from holding a guitar or bass, to pressing on those tiny strings feels so unnatural.

Carl Verheyen, Master of Many Styles

Seymour Duncan Artists and Their Pickups Carl Verheyen In his 40-plus years of playing guitar, Carl has created a wildly successful, multi-faceted career. He is a critically-acclaimed musician with 10 solo CDs released worldwide; and he is commonly regarded as a guitar virtuoso capable of playing any style of music with remarkable mastery and conviction….

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