How to become a better singer
The difference between minimum-phase and linear-phase EQ on transient signals such as snare drum
How to set a graphic equalizer
How to record or amplify the melodica or any unfamiliar instrument
New vs. old guitar strings: Part 3 - The case for conditioning your guitar strings
An example of bad audio with an analysis of the problems - Sept 2017
Q: Why do I have to record acoustic guitar twice?
Should you make decisions as you record, or keep your options open until later?
Setting the recording level control in GarageBand
Q: "Why is the signal from my microphone low in level and noisy?"
Subscribe to access our latest, up-to-the-minute articles with hints, tips and adventures in audio in the weekly Audio Masterclass Newsletter.
January 26, 2005
Epiphone's Les Paul Ultra guitar brings a new generation of refinement, including lighter weight, a contoured back and a faster neck, to the classic rock and roll guitar.
The Ultra looks at first glance just like a Les Paul Standard, but its mahogany body has strategically placed hollow cavities to make it not only lighter (about 5.5 lbs) but also more "acoustic" sounding. Additionally, a belly-contour on the back of the guitar allows it to comfortably hug the player's body. With a slightly narrower nut (42mm as opposed to 43mm) on a very fast, satin-finish neck, this is truly an Ultra-friendly guitar. It comes in a classic, faded cherry finish with gold-plated hardware.
For more information, visit their web site at www.epiphone.comCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR