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Positive Grid BIAS for iPhone – review

Guitar players all over the world were astounded by the tones capable of being made on their iPhones when Positive Grid released JamUp XT and JamUp Pro to the iOS market back in 2011. Since then the JamUp product has grown from strength to strength, with numerous updates, features added, …

Positive Grid JamUp Pro – review

In conjunction with the JamUp Plug I reviewed last month, Positive Grid have provided me a copy of their premiere guitar amp and effects modeling iOS app, JamUp Pro. JamUp Pro is one of the newest guitar apps to appear in the iTunes app store, and it has really taken …

Positive Grid JamUp Plug – review

Nowadays there are a range of instrument interfaces available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. With so many available, and a wide range of prices and connectivity it can be hard to work out which one is best for you. Most connect through the headphone jack of your iOS …

Rock Prodigy – review

Having just read about the demise of the Guitar Hero franchise this week I thought it would be apt to review a new iOS app called Rock Prodigy. This free application works on iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad, and is a guitar teaching app/game that works much like Guitar Hero, but you use …

TC Electronics PolyTune iPhone app – review

I’ve been using the Peterson iStrobosoft iPhone application for some time as my main tuner with great success. It’s strobe tuning technology is extremely accurate, and great for setting intonation, etc when restringing guitars. Having such a fine degree of tuning accuracy can hamper you a little when you just …