Jim Dunlop Geezer Butler Cry Baby Wah!

By Peter Hodgson

Geezer Butler wah wah

I don’t know a single bass player who has plugged into a wah wah pedal and not immediately played Geezer Butler’s N.I.B. intro licks. Geezer knows what he wants from his wah sound, and now he’s got it in the form of his new signature Jim Dunlop Cry Baby. It has several very stageworthy features: you bring it out of bypass simply by putting your foot on the pedal; you can set the effect ring-out time (ie: how long the effect remains engaged after you return the pedal to its heel position); and there’s an internal Q control. Rotate it clockwise for a narrower frequency range and more pronounced wah effect or counterclockwise for a wider frequency range and subtler wah effect.

Order yours from Musicians Friend.

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Gerra & Stone – Time Not Wasted

By Maja C

Gerra & Stone present the first stellar offering from their sublime debut album on Dispatch – the atmospheric roller that is Time Not Wasted. Pre-order Polarism here.

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Star Wars Is Def Leppard

By Peter Hodgson

Ok, so if you follow me on Twitter you know I’m a huge Star Wars fan. Even the prequels. Yeah. Come at me if you wanna fight about it. Anyway, something just hit me while listening to a (subscriber-only) Steele Wars podcast where fans called in with their ideas about the possible Obi Wan movie or other non-saga Star Wars movies:

STAR WARS IS DEF LEPPARD.

Def Leppard is a huge band, right? There was a time where they were selling tens of millions of albums (Hysteria alone has sold over 25 million copies). They have die-hard fans the world over who know every song from every album. Every B-Side. Every little piece of trivia. They collect pressings from different countries, etc etc etc. These are your real hardcores.

Now, here’s the thing. Go to a Def Leppard concert (seriously, do it. They’re awesome) and you’ll see 15,000 people in the audience. Among them are probably, like, 500 people who know every single song. Then there are another 14,500 people who only know the big hits. If the band was to drop in some deep cuts to please the hardcores, you have 14,500 people going “Uh… what’s this? Let’s go get a beer.” Throw in enough of those songs to satisfy the super-intense fans – the B-side collectors – and guess what: the reviews will suck. “Oh they played a bunch of stuff I didn’t even know. What a waste of money. Nobody ever heard Lady Strange on the radio at work.” And next time Def Leppard comes to town they’ll be playing to just those 500 people – but they won’t because the machine is too big. They’re a business with employees. They have staff to pay. They have ongoing costs to cover which the touring cycle takes care of, and you can’t just take a business like that and say “Y’know what? Let’s make 95% less money on the road this year!”

What I’m saying is, some of us may really really want a Star Wars movie that fills in some piece of obscure timeline trivia or would just be, like, totally cool, but instead we’re gonna keep getting Pour Some Sugar On Me.

They’re saving Ded Flatbird for the novels and comics.

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The Top 10 Best Musical Notes In The History Of The Universe, Ever

By Peter Hodgson

10. C
9. Eb
8. G
7. Another G but, like, higher up on the neck
6. B
5. A
4. C#
3. D
2. E
1. F# That’s right, F#.

Is your mind blown by my controversial choice for #1? Did I shake up your buttoned-down, F-natural-lovin’ little narrow-minded world? Well suck it, monkeys. That’s how we roll here at I Heart Guitar.

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Gerra & Stone announce full details of debut album on Dispatch

By Maja C

Since joining forces in 2010, Gerra & Stone have excelled in carving a signature sound of their own; a sound that’s blossomed thanks to an open-minded approach to production, and one they’ve well and truly perfected.

Last month they delivered this absolute gem…

Shortly after they revealed they’re dropping their debut album on Dispatch, and we can finally announce the LP – entitled Polarism – will land next month on September 8.

16-tracks deep, Polarism marks an exciting chapter for the duo, weaving a rich sonic tapestry that sees them linking with vocalists over collaborators on the project, featuring the likes of Visionobi, Peta Oneir, Jordan Jnr & Stephen McCleery returning on the piano.

Take a peek at the track list in all it’s glory:

Spoiler alert: it’s a seriously lush listen. A perfect blend of light and dark flavours, making for a balanced, well-rounded album with soul. This one takes you on a real journey from start to finish, one we were happy to embark on.

Superbly polished, impeccably executed – watch this space for track uploads, and set your sights on the album launch party at London’s Archspace, featuring an all-star line-up including Zero T, FD, Amoss, Visionobi and more.

In the meantime, immerse yourselves in their set from our Summer BBQ last month, and listen out for the exclusives…

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Fybe:one – If Only

By Maja C

Crisp production from Fybe:one, forthcoming on Diffrent Music. Loving the arrangement on this one! Pre-order it direct from Diffrent.

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Whiney – Rock Hopper

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Deep stepper courtesy of Whiney, rolling out some stunning soundscapes on Rock Hopper. Out now on the mind-blowing Talisman LP on Med School. Get it here.

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Fender Jimi Hendrix Monterey Stratocaster

By Peter Hodgson

Jimi Hendrix’s performance at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 was so revolutionary that its notes are still reverberating today. On that day, Jimi changed so much about what we believed a musician could do and the sounds a guitar could make (whether blasting out ear-shattering feedback or shrieking its last breaths as it smashes against the stage floor in a hail of flames and parts). Fender has now released a limited edition Stratocaster in tribute to that iconic performance and the instrument that met its firey death on that stage. Here’s the press release.

FENDER® RELEASES LIMITED EDITION JIMI HENDRIX‘S MONTEREY STRATOCASTER® IN HONOR OF MONTEREY INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL’S 50th ANNIVERSARY

2017 Artist Signature Series Model Pays Homage to Hendrix’s Breakout Performance,
Painted Stratocaster Famously Burned During The Storied Musical Gathering

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (August 15, 2017) – Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC) today announced the launch of its newest addition to the Artist Signature Series: the Jimi Hendrix™ Monterey Stratocaster®; it honors the late and great rock icon, whose persona and legacy is not only synonymous with the Fender Stratocaster, but also rock ‘n’ roll at large. Jimi Hendrix took the world by storm with his incredible 1967 Monterey Pop Festival performance, which he concluded with the sacrificial burning of his now-iconic, hand-painted Stratocaster. First revealed at Summer NAMM 2017 in Nashville, Tenn., and available only for the remainder of this year, the new limited edition Jimi Hendrix™ Monterey Stratocaster® celebrates the 50th anniversary of this milestone in music history.

“Jimi created something amazing, embodied in Monterey with his now legendary hand-painted Fender Stratocaster,” said Janie Hendrix, CEO/President, Experience Hendrix LLC and Authentic Hendrix LLC. “In many ways, it was a representation of who he was. We wanted Jimi enthusiasts from all walks of life to be able to enjoy the magic of his art in this form. Making it beautiful and attainable is a wonderful way to celebrate the anniversary of an incredible moment in time.”

Jimi Hendrix wholly embraced the Fender Stratocaster as his preferred instrument. Like no artist before or since, his imagination and unparalleled skill as a guitarist created seemingly infinite possibilities for the Stratocaster. Successive generations of musicians have recognized this unique bond between artist and instrument. Iconic performances at the Monterey International Pop Festival and Woodstock have inspired generations of guitarists everywhere to embrace the Stratocaster more than ever.

The Jimi Hendrix™ Monterey Stratocaster®, priced at $899.99, captures all of the energy of his unforgettable set-ending finale at the Monterey International Pop Festival in 1967. An homage to the spectacular performance that quite literally burned its way into our pop culture conscience, the Jimi Hendrixä Monterey Stratocaster faithfully replicates his hand-painted psychedelic artwork on the body of the guitar. A trio of vintage-style single-coil Stratocaster pickups give this ‘60s-style, Fiesta Red Strat® its classic Fender sound. Bell-like and articulate, it has plenty of singing sustain for soloing. The “C”-shaped maple neck bears a vintage-style 7.25”-radius pau ferro fingerboard with 21 vintage-sized frets for a playing feel just like the original. The six-screw synchronized tremolo is perfect for unleashing dive-bombs and other sonic expressions. Fully authorized, the Stratocaster features an exclusive etched Authentic Hendrix™ neck plate.

“It’s an honor to celebrate such an iconic musical moment and Jimi Hendrix’s legacy on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the Monterey Pop Festival,” said Justin Norvell, SVP, Fender Products. “The Stratocaster was at the heart of countless, iconic Hendrix performances, but Monterey marked his arrival in the United States as a musical force – and Fender is proud to have been a part of that moment. The fiery culmination of Hendrix’s set went down as one of the most-iconic images of the 20th century. Although little of the guitar remained afterward, a detailed examination of photos and video from the performance helped us develop our version of the original guitar, down to the detailed nail-polish artistry.”

In true tradition, Fender’s Artist Signature Series models honor popular and iconic musicians through product progression and storytelling, creating instruments inspired by the unique specifications of the world’s greatest guitarists. A showpiece for any music-lover’s collection, the limited-edition Jimi Hendrixä Monterey Stratocasterâ not only preserves the memory of one of the most visually and sonically spectacular performances in all of rock history, but it also allows fans worldwide to have a true Jimi Hendrix experience with detailed artistry and craftsmanship – all at an accessible price point.

For an image of Jimi Hendrix burning his original Stratocaster® at the Monterey Pop Festival, click here. For additional high-resolution product images, please click here.

For technical specs, additional information on new Fender products and to find a retail partner near you, visit www.fender.com. Join the conversation on social media by following @Fender.

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JIMI HENDRIXTM MONTEREY STRATOCASTER®$899.99

It’s been 50 years since Jimi Hendrix took the world by storm with his incredible Monterey Pop Festival performance, which he concluded with the sacrificial burning of his now-iconic hand-painted Stratocaster. Destroyed during the fiery culmination of his set, this one-of-a-kind guitar survived only in photos and film. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of this milestone in music history, Fender created the limited-edition Jimi Hendrix Monterey Stratocaster. A trio of vintage-style single-coil Stratocaster pickups give this Strat® its classic Fender sound. Bell-like and articulate, it has plenty of singing sustain for soloing. The “C”-shaped maple neck bears a vintage-style 7.25”-radius pau ferro fingerboard with 21 vintage-sized frets for a playing feel just like the original. The six-screw synchronized tremolo is perfect for unleashing dive-bombs and other sonic expression. An homage to Hendrix’s spectacular Strat, right down to the hand-painted nail-polish artwork that burned its way into our memories, the Jimi Hendrix Monterey Stratocaster also features an exclusive etched Hendrix neck plate.

ABOUT FENDER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CORPORATION:

Since 1946, Fender has revolutionized music and culture as one of the world’s leading musical instrument manufacturers, marketers and distributors. Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC), whose portfolio of brands includes Fender®, Squier®, Gretsch® guitars, Jackson®, EVH® and Charvel®, follows a player-centric approach to crafting the highest quality instruments and musical solutions across genres. FMIC is dedicated to unlocking the power of music through electric and acoustic guitars, amplifiers, pro audio, accessories and digital products that inspire and enable musical expression at every stage, from beginners to history-making legends.

ABOUT AUTHENTIC HENDRIX, LLC:

Founded by Jimi Hendrix’s father, James “Al” Hendrix, and owned and operated by his personally chosen members of the family; Experience Hendrix, L.L.C. and its wholly owned subsidiary Authentic Hendrix, LLC, manage the globally recognized Jimi Hendrix copyrights and trademarks. Their administration of the exclusive right to Jimi Hendrix’s music and lyrics, plus an extensive photo archive, helps create a legacy of products that mirror Jimi’s own creative vision. Visit us online at http://www.jimihendrix.com

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OneMind – Pullup

By Maja C

OneMind return with their sophomore EP on Metalheadz, featuring the raw sounds of Pullup. Get it here.

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Charged up with Arnone and Mollie Collins

By Jamie Section 23

Jamie links up with Mollie Collins and Arnone to chat about their forthcoming release on Mampi Swift’s legendary Charge Recordings label.

Arnone, you recently had to switch out the Rushmore name – what’s the story here? Mollie tells me your surname is Arnone hence the new name choice. Will people be able to link the two together?

Arnone “I decided to change the name to have a more original profile, there is a few different Rushmores floating about and I was just a bit tired of the confusion! One day it kinda clicked that I should be called Arnone and that was that really. I still play a couple of my Rushmore tunes in my sets of course.”

Your joint bootleg of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ seemed to go down well in plenty of DJs sets this year. Back at the start of the millennium drum and bass bootlegs of hip hop and r’n’b were all over the place and it now seems to have done a full circle. Why do you think bootlegs are so popular with the crowds of 2017?

Mollie “I think especially with bootlegs of songs which aren’t originally drum and bass it works so well. You drop the start of the tune and they recognise the banger and then boom – the drum and bass twist comes on and it 99% of the time goes down!

I seem to play a lot of bootlegs in my sets because of this reason. Our ‘Shape of You’ bootleg was perfect for this because we made sure we made it at the time Ed dropped the original and then it was number one within a matter of days. We had already done the bootleg so for a while it was fresh and did the job perfectly.”

Arnone “Bootlegs are always great for the crowd to relate to the tunes they hear on the radio, at work or college but with a more familiar drum and bass switch on it. I did a bootleg of Redlight’s ‘9TS baby’ quite a while ago and still play it in my sets sometimes now and always seems to go down well.”

Talking of bootlegs, how do you feel about other artists making unofficial remixes of your tunes? Is this healthy for new producers to experiment with or something you don’t agree with?

Arnone “I fully support other producers writing bootlegs of anything. I feel making bootlegs are a really good way to test your technical ability without having to spend too long finding a vibe (depending on the tune of course) because the vibe of the track is kind of already there. I’ve learnt most things from writing bootlegs and doing remixes. Also remix competitions were essential for me when I only knew the basics.

Mollie “I don’t see the issue with it at all, however, I only really play bootlegs of non drum and bass tunes that turn into drum and bass because usually if you bootleg a drum and bass tune you have to change it to a complete different sub genre so I don’t really see a point myself!”

Charge is obviously a well renowned label in the drum and bass scene with plenty of releases under it’s belt. ‘The 1′ and ‘Jaws’ probably being the label’s best known or maybe for the younger heads the likes of ‘One Finger’ or ‘Mr Elastic’. What do you think you both bring to the label? Will it ever recreate the success of ‘The 1′ with future releases?

I think it would be quite a bold statement if I was to say I’m going to write the next ‘The One’ but I really have given everything I’ve got in this EP and it’s gone down better than I expected too.

I’m constantly learning and I like to think I spend plenty of time thinking outside the box in terms of ideas. The past year I have been working with Mampi Swift quite a bit. He’s helped me find my sound and we have written a couple of tunes which seem to be going down really well in the raves and festivals.”

Mollie “Mampi Swift has made some absolute bangers in his past but all of the releases coming on Charge are insanely good too! He’s also sitting on his own album so I am sure that he has a few tunes within that that will be just as successful. As far as what Arnone and I bring to the label, it’s about freshness I think. We have qualities within each other which means we can help each other wherever we can!”

Most long standing labels in the scene seem to have their own sound. What would you class the Charge Recordings sound as?

Arnone “I think it’s been ahead of its time from way back when it was all vinyl right up to game changing tunes such as ‘Invaderz’ by Turno. Charge isn’t afraid to release some unique sounding tunes… I mean they are brave enough to take me on board!”

Mollie “I would have to agree with Arnone. Charge has a good ear for different sounding heavy drum & bass.”

On that subject, what defines the Mollie Collins and Arnone sound?

Arnone “Our sound first of all is mainly fueled from eating a fair amount of cheese on toast then the ideas generally start flowing! Mainly we just make sure whatever we write we’re gonna want to play it, there’s no real boundaries we stick to really. Anything heavy and catchy.”

Mollie “Ha ha my brother had to bring the cheese into it… Arnone is a very skilled producer and I like to think I have a good ear. Together we made minions in a very small amount of time, we didn’t want to go too hard on it because it does the job by itself.”

Rewind to when you first hit the studio, how did you both learn the basics?

Arnone “For me 5 years ago I started by just using YouTube tutorials and my knowledge of playing drums in bands had definitely helped (and still helps) when I’m programming drums. Also in that time I attended a couple of weekend long seminars once a year armed with a notepad and pens and just went there and learnt as much as I could and met some awesome people.

One of the best things I’ve found whilst learning to produce is to never be afraid to finish a track and move on as most of the time a new project brings new ideas so you use different skills.

Mollie “A lot of YouTube and Google as well as help from Arnone & Mampi Swift where possible. I’m still learning and with the way technology carries on I think I will be forever learning. I had a music tutor for a while one to one basis, this helped me understand things on a wider basis, for example if side compression is good on a certain drum or not for example.”

The new EP is certainly a full on jump up assault on the senses. Was the aim to make something just for the dancefloor generation? Do you think we will see a deeper project from either of you in the future maybe touching on other genres for example?

Arnone “Both our DJ sets are always high energy so the label and I felt for a first EP I wanted to showcase the more heavy and catchy sounds, I’ve got a couple of different vibed tracks, one in particular includes vocals from my talented cousin Mark Palmer. These tunes are finished and ready to go. I love loads of different genres, I also love my half time stuff so I have no doubt at all that I will be making another genre in the future.”

Mollie “I would have to agree! My sets are all about energy and to expect the unexpected. Arnone’s new EP is full of energy for sure. Who knows where I will be in 10 years time? I am drum and bass first and foremost but I love other genres of music too so you never know what could happen production wise.”

It’s now not uncommon to witness a whole crowd humming along to the midrange bass notes of jump up tracks these days. Why do you think this has become so popular? Is it the simplistic, almost nursery rhyme style key structure that provokes a sense of childhood enjoyment?

Arnone “Everyone loves karaoke right? If the crowd is just as involved as the DJ then they’re having a good time which is why they came out in the first place. Jump up for me is fun, the older style and the newer stuff, It’s become popular because maybe it doesn’t take itself as seriously as something like techno (I like that too though).”

Mollie “I can’t lie, I love it! Not only does it show they are having fun, it also shows their appreciating the song you are playing. If you don’t have a MC then let the crowd speak.”

Do either of you arrange tracks in such a fashion in the hope that it becomes the next big ‘singalong anthem’?

Arnone “To be honest if you force it, it ends up crap. Any time we’ve been in the studio the ideas have flown and we’ve just had fun with it. If they sing it, cool, if not, no drama!”

Mollie “Yeah man I don’t think you should ever try to force it, if it happens it happens. I don’t think we expected it with minions, but it’s happened quite a few times!”

‘Minions’ has been heavily supported on the DJ circuit on virtual dubplate for a while now, do you think the title of the track mimics the style of those crazy, lovably characters? It’s as if I’m seeing a dozen or so Minions raving whenever I hear it!

Arnone “Oddly enough I actually had a track entitled Minions which just lives in my hard drive and Mollie came up with the name for Minions for our tune and it suited it far better than the other tune I’ve got so that one is untitled for now..”

Mollie “It has yeah! In all honesty I’m just obsessed with Minions. This tune is defo energy filled and happy, I just thought why the hell not, straight on the phone to Arnone, dude we have to call it minions…”

I’m willing to bet that a reworked VIP is kicking about of this tune…?

Arnone “Ha ha! You would be (partly) right… A half time VIP has actually been knocked up but it’s not been played out yet.”

Mollie “This guy is studio mad – he’s already started working on a half time yeah! We might even jump in and do something else aswell for a dub for ourselves!”

‘Sabre Tooth’ contains some wicked ideas from both Arnone and Trimer. The snarl combined with that mashed up breakbeat roll really works well. How do you create new ideas in the studio? Is it a case of trial and error or do you have a pretty solid idea in mind from the start?

Arnone “Trimer and I work really well in the studio and on the decks (I like to think anyway!) He always comes with fresh ideas and I love to spend time making drum edits so it just works. Personally I don’t have a set working pattern or particular BPM to stick to, each tune is a new animal so you gotta treat it differently. Some days I spend solely making new drums and new synths so I can use them when I’m next inspired.”

What’s next in terms of production for you both?

Arnone “We are planning on hitting the studio again real soon to make something, we don’t quite know what though yet! I’ve got a couple of collabs with the Charge boss in the pipeline which he’s been playing in his sets and seem to be going down a treat. On top of that I’ve just finished off a bootleg of a Massive Attack tune and quite a few new originals.”

Mollie “We are defo going to be linking and doing more stuff together, we work well and there is no I in team when it comes to us both. Im also working towards my first own EP, which I am sure will feature an Arnone on a track!”

Do you have that one producer aside from each other who you would really love to work together with?

Arnone “For me it’s got to be Annix. Absolutely love their individual styles as well as their combined style. They’ve got a uniquely heavy sound and they’re so consistent with quality. My DJ sets have a lot of Annix tunes!”

Mollie “Jheeze I’ve never thought about this to be honest. I think doing something with Macky when I’m at his production level would be sick, the guy is a wicked DJ & Producer and I have always sort of looked to him for advice or somewhere to aim for music wise.”

Any shouts or big ups?

Arnone “Yeah! Big up Mampi Swift and all Charge crew, Shimon and the AudioPorn guys, Trimer, Pastry Maker and Mark Palmer!”

Mollie “Of course big ups to Mr Swift & the Charge team for the release of minions, and of course you Jamie bro for another great interview.”

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