Written by Ryan Smith on September 25, 2014 under Artists
Give people a system that's easy to travel with, sounds amazing, is under $ 500.00 and pays itself back over time with rechargeable batteries, and you have a formula for happiness.
Written by Ryan Smith on February 14, 2014 under Artists
What kind of sound are you going for on stage? Clean, dirty, wet, muddy, or dry? (No, I’m not talking about doing laundry.) You name it, we’ve heard so many different descriptions of the sounds we want to capture out...
Written by Brooke Giddens on December 12, 2013 under Artists
On June 15th of this year, the indie-pop group Fitz and the Tantrums stopped by Guitar Center Hollywood to give us a taste of their new album “More Than Just A Dream” which dropped May 7th. It’s the second...
Written by Allison Wolcott on November 25, 2013 under Events
If you missed it last August, you’re in luck. Our guitar wireless webinar is back for two December dates. Wireless for Guitar Players In this one-hour webinar, Dave Mendez from Shure Systems Support (who is also an...
Written by Brooke Giddens on November 14, 2013 under Artists
It seems crazy to think it’s already been 6 years since we first heard the name Colbie Caillat. The pop singer-songwriter broke out in 2007 with her debut album “Coco” which featured hit singles...
Written by Brooke Giddens on September 4, 2013 under Artists
Pennsylvania rock band Dr. Dog aren’t new to the music scene, releasing their 8th studio album B-Room this coming October. Since 1999 they’ve been creating unique sounds reminiscent of 60’s surf rock. Nic...
Written by Brent Burdick on September 1, 2013 under Events
Shure is a proud sponsor of Guitar Center’s Singer Songwriter Contest. Could you be the next great American songwriter? Your entry could win you the following prize package: 4-song EP with producer Don Was New gear from...
Written by Allison Wolcott on August 13, 2013 under Events
Since everybody’s setup is a little different, it’s up to each guitarist to figure out which wireless rig will best suit his or her needs. (No pressure or anything.) Enter our August webinar… Wireless for Guitar...
Written by Davida Rochman on June 26, 2013 under Education
[Pointing to a Marshall amp] “This is a top that we use on stage … the numbers all go to 11 – right across the board. Most blokes are playing at 10 … but, where can you go from there? If we need that extra push over...
Written by Allison Wolcott on December 3, 2012 under Artists
Not all musicians are gearheads, but Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick most certainly is. In fact, his guitar collection elevates ordinary gearheadism to work-of-art status. If you’re in Rockford, Illinois, you can see for yourself at...
Written by Cory Lorentz on April 4, 2012 under Artists
Some of you may have already seen this…or one of the many other videos from the “At: Guitar Center” podcast, hosted by Nic Harcourt, but here’s the latest one featuring blues rock singer/guitarist, Joe Bonamassa,...
Written by Allison Wolcott on April 3, 2012 under Events
Blues guitarists, prepare for battle! Shure has teamed up with Guitar Center in a search for the nation’s top undiscovered blues guitar player. Check out the competition video trailer: Sign up in-person at your local Guitar...
Written by Mike Petruccelli on October 17, 2016 under Education
If you’ve ever used a vocal microphone after someone with a cold, you know hygiene is reason #1 to bring your own microphone to gigs. Check out the other reasons here.
Written by Soren Pedersen on October 5, 2016 under Education
Recording band practices, inspirations, and concert videos (plus future-proofing your mobile recording potential) is so much easier with this iOS mic.
Written by Ryan Smith on September 21, 2016 under Artists
Three international touring veterans offer advice on everything from what to pack to how to respectfully navigate language barriers to planning for downtime.
Written by Allison Wolcott on August 24, 2016 under News
In 2014, we added another quality control function to our product testing arsenal. In this interview, team members explain how their tests differ from traditional quality tests, and why everyone loves the SweatBot.
Written by Soren Pedersen on July 5, 2016 under Education
A podcasting microphone is a critical tool in connecting to your audience and achieving a professional sound, which you can do even on a DIY budget.
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