Sunday, September 19, 2010

Fatter Sound for Acoustic Guitars

Vinni Smith, inventor of the V-Pick compares the tone of his hand made plectrums to "Brand X". We think his picks are amazing for fatter fuller tone but you be the judge!

V-Picks are unique for their thicker un-bending shape and beveled edges. V-Picks offer monster tone but if you are not quite up to the thickness, we recommend starting out with their Traditional Lite Picks. These are most like the Fender or Martin MEDIUMS but sound a LOT better. As you are able to move up and accustom yourself to the thicker varieties, you'll find your fingers slowly being able to adapt to different thicknesses quite easily. Once you hear how good you sound with a thicker pick, you'll definitely be motivated to move up! Check out all of the cool V-Picks and see our HD VIDEO featuring them by clicking the YouTube icon on the floating toolbar here below.

Coming up: Fall Recording Studio Gear, how to get it, how to use it. Autumn is a great time to finally burn that CD so let's get started with BOSS, Audio-Technica, T.C. Helicon and Hercules Mic Stands in the studio. QUIET...recording!!!!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Superchick LIVE HD Video "Rock What Ya Got!"

Tricia Brock & Matt Dally rip it up on stage at RevGen 2010 this past Labor Day Weekend! Eclectic Sound TV gets up close and personal with this HD video, shots of the crowd and a ripping guitar solo ending by Dave Ghazarian! Check out the Video of TobyMac at RevGen 2010 and watch Skillet rockin' the crowd in the video posted in the banner ad section on your left. Too GOOD to miss any of these!

Monday, September 6, 2010

RevGen 2010 TobyMac Video

Labor Day Weekend surely ROCKED! Eclectic Sound TV caught TobyMac back on stage Sunday night for Revelation Generation (RevGen) 2010! Just off of his tour with Skillet who played the same venue Saturday night. Best concert to date!

TobyMac & the E.R.A.C.E All Star Jam closed another fantastic RevGen with Phil Keaggy, Natalie Grant, Bernard Harris, Mark Broussard, Lou Gramm, (front man for Foreigner), Mary Mary and more fantastic artists. 60 + bands plus other events such as a skateboarding / freestyle demonstrations, volleyball, hot food and face painting made this a true end-of-summer festival.

Grammy Award winner TobyMac has sold 2 million albums in his solo career with a fusion of R & B, Rock and Hip Hop. His shows are always fresh with non-stop B-boying, acrobatics and jumps. Showcasing top notch vocals, dance and rapping, his set is NOT to be missed.

PHOTO: John Cooper of Skillet closing down Saturday night's performances on the New York Stage! See the Skillet LIVE Video on the left in the banner ad section. Stand out vocals, staging and the first pyrotechnics show done on a RevGen stage made this a memorable performance. Coming off of the Alive & Awake Tour with TobyMac, Skillet nailed "Monster" and "Those Nights". Check out their latest CD.

PHOTOS ABOVE: Click the link here for Matt Dally and Tricia Brock of Superchick doing "Rock What You've Got" during their Sunday afternoon set at RevGen 2010. Stand out performance of the day was Matt's high energy lead vocals and dancing on "Let it Roll". ULTRA Sweet while getting the audience totally involved!

A band to watch on the rise is Nothing More who played the Philadelphia Stage on Sunday. We caught their exciting set and thought Johnny Hawkins' moving a drum kit out front to be very fresh and innovative! RevGen as always was clean, well organized with everyone being so courteous making this a concert you can bring the whole family to. Want more information on how you can attend next year? Visit RevGen online!