Canadian rockers, Inner City Elegance, are beginning to make a name for themselves throughout the industry. Providing the bass lines for these up-and-comers is Justin Parsons and his Fender Jazz Bass. Check out what he thinks of his weapon of choice in the gear review below.
Mike Marsh brings the 'rock' for the Canadian alternative rock band Isle Of Thieves. As a lead guitarist he needs to make sure the guitar is easy to play so he can jump around and also sound great. Read the review on why his Les Paul Studio is that right six string. "He needs 6 good strings to carry his sound, down the isle of the venue!"
Jeannie Saiz, guitarist and vocalist for the stoner/sludge metal band Shroud Eater, chatted with me recently about that one piece of gear she relies on to obtain the band's trademark raw, fuzzy sound. Here's what she had to say about her Ampeg V4.
Christian Donaldson is known both as a producer or musician throughout the metal scene. As a musician, he loves his guitar riffs heavy as f*ck, but how do you achieve such a sound? Check out Christian's review of his custom Guerilla Guitar.
Though Ivy Vujic is not an original member, since 2007 she's been providing the bass lines for Canadian heavy metal act, Kittie. According to Ivy, she has her Warwick Corvette $$ to thank for her sound. Check out her review of the bass guitar below and if you haven't already, check out this all female quartet.
"Diamond" Jim Greer is no stranger to the recording studio. As part of the Rondo Brothers duo, he's been involved with over 70 records to date. He was the lead writer on Galactic's "Heart of Steel", sung by Irma Thomas and listed by NY Times' as one of the "Top Ten Songs of 2010". Other notable projects to which he has contributed include: Yoko Ono, Tipsy, Dr. Octagon, New York Dolls, and more. With this much experience it goes without saying that Jim would have certain gear to help him achieve his trademark sound.