Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on November 3, 2016 under WebinarsWireless Systems
Learn from a Shure engineer and guitarist how a guitar wireless system works and how to tweak your wireless system for the best guitar sound. Plus, hear a discussion of the analog-vs-digital question.
Written by Marc Henshall on August 5, 2015 under LiveStudio
In this article, we cover several solutions to help keep volume down, retain great tone, and save your hearing (possibly even your sanity) in the process.
Written by Marc Henshall on April 22, 2015 under Studio
The electric guitar is the most successful and widely adopted instrument in modern popular music. When it comes to studio recording, the very things that make the electric guitar so versatile are also some of the aspects that make it a challenging instrument to record.
Written by Marc Henshall on February 23, 2015 under Studio
Bass is the backbone of your music, and in many cases the whole metaphorical house would collapse without it. Your bass should work with the rest of the band to provide a punchy and tight solid backbone to your music. In this article, we’ll get you up with bass tips for recording & mixing.
Written by Marc Henshall on January 26, 2015 under Studio
In this article, we’ll show you how to get the best sound possible from your instrument and provide you with a few tips for mixing within the context of your recording.
Written by Marc Henshall on July 8, 2014 under Microphones
The Shure SM57 is quite possibly the most popular and widely used microphone to record electric guitars. But there are other microphones that you should consider when choosing a guitar mic. Here are three of them.
Written by Marc Henshall on June 30, 2014 under LiveWireless Systems
Opinions vary on how wired and wireless guitar setups can affect your tone. We look at what makes a good wired or wireless setup and how to preserve your tone.
Written by Marc Henshall on June 24, 2014 under LiveWireless Systems
Through years of experience, research, and development, Shure has produced a system that guitarists can actually get excited about. Here are 5 reasons GLX-D16 could prove invaluable to your rig.
Written by Marc Henshall on June 9, 2014 under Studio
This is part 2 of our 10 recording tips for electric guitar players, where we provide tips to help you get the best possible results from the start.
Written by Marc Henshall on June 2, 2014 under Studio
Professional recordings can be achieved at home or in a small project studio for a relatively modest budget; you just need to get the basics right and the rest becomes much easier.
Written by Ryan Smith on February 14, 2014 under LiveMicrophones
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 of guitar cabinet speakers. Take Shure Artist Jonny Lang for instance. Killer guitar tone? ABSOLUTELY! […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on December 12, 2013 under LiveNews
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 full-length album for the group following their 2010 release “Pickin’ Up the Pieces” which hit the […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on November 25, 2013 under Webinars
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 accomplished guitarist) will cover: Wireless system and signal path basics Factors in selecting a system, including frequency range, […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on November 14, 2013 under LiveNews
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 “Bubbly” and “Realize.” She followed that with her sophomore album titled “Breakthrough” featuring the popular track “Fallin’ For You” and most […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on September 4, 2013 under LiveNews
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 Harcourt of KCRW caught up with them for the Guitar Center podcast to talk about their album Be The Void and the […]
Written by Brent Burdick on September 1, 2013
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 Shure and others $25,000 cash Worldwide music distribution from TuneCore Recording time at the Converse Rubber Tracks Studio […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on August 13, 2013 under Webinars
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 Players Whether you’re going wireless for the first time or considering a switch in wireless rigs, it’s important to […]
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