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Jesse Williams demos the AfterShock Bass Distortion and Gemini Chorus with Bass

Thursday, April 23, 2015

We recently had the pleasure of spending the afternoon with Jesse Williams, an amazing bass player from the Boston area. Jesse was kind enough to swing by our office/studio with a fine sampling of basses from his collection and record some sweet low-end with the Gemini Chorus, Lunar Phaser, and…

Nick Reinhart of pedalsandeffects.com demos the Stingray Multi-Filter and Multiwave Distortion

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

We must admit that we were quite exuberant last week upon finding this outstanding video blog from Tera Melos guitarist, Nick Reinhart. Nick filmed this Soundblox 2 Stingray Multi-Filter and Multiwave Distortion demo for Juan Alderate's mega-insightful website, pedalsandeffects.com. If you know the music of Tera Melos and Nick's fearless affinity…

Long Time Nashville, TN and Houston, TX Session Guitarist Rick Gordon Uses Source Audio Pedals

Monday, March 23, 2015

At Source Audio, we are very lucky to work with a lot of amazing musicians and gear aficionados, and it's always nice to get to know them and hear what they have to say about our gear. We recently received some very kind words from an excellent guitarist out of…

Steve Stevens Rocks the Source Audio Hot Hand On Jimmy Kimmel Live

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Let me tell you tales of a distant age, a time before Youtube, a time before smart phones, a time before the ruthless killer known as "gluten." In those dark days, if you were in a cover band and wanted to learn how to play a new song, you couldn't…

The Dierks Bentley Band Solve the Dilemma of the Multi-Instrumentalist with the Programmable EQ.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Dan Hochhalter of the Dierks Bentley Band with his Source Audio Programmable EQ equipped pedalboard. Brain Layson with his rig. We at Source Audio were very excited a few months back when we got word that Dan Hochhalter and Brian Layson, of the Dierks Bentley band, were both using the…

Robert Randolph and the Family Band (and Soundblox Pedals)

Friday, June 27, 2014

Last month, Robert Randolph’s tour manager was kind enough to invite me to attend a show at The Capitol Theater in Port Chester, New York (located less than 20 miles north of New York City). Robert had recently re-built his entire pedal board (including Source Audio’s Soundblox Multiwave Distortion, Orbital…

The Goo Goo Dolls’ John Rzeznik and Brad Fernquist Add the Programmable EQ to their Touring Rigs.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

The Goo Goo Dolls…if you’re a fan of driving guitars, knock-you-on-your-ass vocal hooks, emotionally sincere lyrics, and stellar singing, you gotta love the Goo Goo Dolls. It's been a long road for these guys, from their snarling and ragged days as an in-your-face Buffallo indie-rock band in the late 80s…

Deep Banana Blackout: Imperial Funkmasters!

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

The late 1990s were heady times for the jam music scene.  After the painful loss of Jerry Garcia - which sent hordes of Deadheads out on the street looking for a new gig in 1996 - bands such as Phish, moe. and a reinvigorated Allman Brothers Band led a jam…

Ellie Goulding Rocks Boston With A Little Help From Source Audio

Thursday, April 10, 2014

If you’ve sold over 4 million albums, and have over 10 million people following you on Twitter and Facebook, then you’re probably doing something right.  Ellie and her band have been on tour around the world supporting her most recent album, “Halcyon Days”.  Last month, we got a chance to…

The Motet: the best live band right now?

Friday, April 04, 2014

More than anyone in Source Audio, I live for the live music experience.  And when I see something important, I let you know.   Imagine that a live musical act goes through an intense and prolonged “pre-season” to get ready for primetime.  I am not talking months of preparation, I…