Find out how to power your guitar pedals using batteries or external power supplies. Learn everything you need to know about powering pedals, power supplies, and more.
Category: How-to Guides
If you’re getting started with your first guitar pedals, learn how to properly plug your pedals into your amp, how to arrange your pedals and different ways you can use them.
Changing your pickups can give your tone a huge boost. This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to upgrade your guitar’s pickups and why it’s worth it.
Learning how to play the blues on guitar can be incredibly rewarding. There’s nothing quite like jamming over a simple 12 bar blues shuffle. Learn what gear, techniques, and songs give you the best starting point for learning blues.
Nothing ruins a good tone faster than humming, buzzing or noise. In this FAQ let’s look at why you might get some hum or noise in your signal and how to deal with it properly.
Use this calculator to work out the exact delay times in milliseconds (ms) needed for any song’s tempo in BPM. Includes instructions and delay pedal recommendations.
Want to find out what guitar effects are used on a song? Read this guide first before you start searching for answers.
Walk through a step-by-step tutorial on how to get started recording your first song. With this method you’ll end up with a complete track with guitar, bass, drums and any other instruments you need.
See how different guitarists use the wah pedal in creative ways in these 10 songs. Use these songs to fuel your creativity with the wah.
A daisy chain allows you to connect and power multiple guitar pedals from one power supply. Creating a daisy chain for your guitar pedals is easy, but there are a few things you need know first.
Find out how you can access a massive range of sounds and instruments by converting your guitar signal to MIDI. See what types of gear can convert guitar to MIDI in this guide.
Find out what gear and software you need to set up your own home recording studio. Covers everything beginners need to get started recording guitar at home.
Get a great tone from your guitar amp using these simple tips. Before you consider upgrading your amp, make sure you get the most out of it.
This guide will explain the four cable method, the pros and cons, how to do it for different rigs along with diagrams and simple explanations.
If you have a delay pedal, you will want to be able to convert between milliseconds (ms) and BPM (beats per minute). This guide will explain how to do that with examples.
Find out how True Bypass works and how pedals can affect your tone even when set to OFF