Guitar amplification tips & tutorials

  • Heat vent
    Tip

    Heat vent

    03/26/14 in Marshall JTM612 [1995-1997]

    Adding a heat vent to the top of the cabinet, behind the handle, helps prevent overheating which is a known problem! Great sounding amp with a special clean/crunch sound as well! 

  • Marshall JMP-50 Head 1970
    Tutorial

    Marshall JMP-50 Head 1970

    04/23/13 in Marshall JMP

    It all started when a drum shop owner couldn’t get rid of three pesky guitarists. If it weren’t for those meddling kids and their gosh-darned guitars, Jim Marshall might have made a name for himself selling drums. The pesky guitarists in question…

  • Marshall 70's JMP-50 Head
    Tutorial

    Marshall 70's JMP-50 Head

    04/23/13 in Marshall JMP

    It all started when a drum shop owner couldn’t get rid of three pesky guitarists. If it weren’t for those meddling kids and their gosh-darned guitars, Jim Marshall might have made a name for himself selling drums. The pesky guitarists in question…

  • A Beginner's Guide To Guitar Amplification
    Tutorial

    A Beginner's Guide To Guitar Amplification

    02/14/10 in Guitar amplification

    IntroductionFor those guitar players new to the game, this is a tutorial aimed at giving you a better idea of what is out there in terms of guitar amps.  We'll cover all the ends and hopefully you'll have a good understand…

  • Using Line6 Edit with your Flextone III XL
    Tutorial

    Using Line6 Edit with your Flextone III XL

    06/30/08 in Line 6 Flextone III XL

    IntroductionNot only does the Line6 Flextone III XL sound great out of the box, it is also infinitely tweakable via an application called Line6 Edit - a tool that is freely downloadable from Line6's web site at

  • Getting the Most out of Your PODxt Presets
    Tutorial

    Getting the Most out of Your PODxt Presets

    06/30/08 in Line 6 POD XT

    IntroductionMost people just use their POD presets without ever wondering if they can get a different or better sound out of them. But with a little tweaking you can customize your presets and come up with some interesting…