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Coming up on Everyday Guitar Gear…

A quick post to tell everyone what’s coming up on the blog in the next few weeks. Tomorrow we’ll have an exclusive interview with Matt Stevens, solo guitarist extraordinaire and member of instrumental proggers The Fierce & the Dead. He’ll share insights into his gear and songwriting philosophies, as well as offering a few tips for aspiring guitarists and musicians.

Next week will be a rig rundown with Modern Human, the alter ego of Luke Sommer, a powerhouse of a one-man band, specialising in multi-layered, existential rock.

And finally, a first for Everyday Guitar Gear, as we conduct a gear interview WITH VIDEO FOOTAGE. Yes indeed, we’ll be heading down to examine the gear of Cardiff math-rockers Truckers of Husk ahead of their album release party at the legendary Clwb Ifor Bach. In addition, there will be a written interview with audio segments covering other aspects of the band and their working ethic, as well as a gig report with photos from the night.

So that’s what’s planned for the next three weeks of content but beyond that, it’s up to you! EDGG is always looking for the next guitarist to be featured so if you’ve got a rig to share, please get in touch at everydayguitargear[at]gmail.com; we’d love to hear from you.

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About Michael Brown

Michael is a journalist, musician and general guitar geek who works for Total Guitar and Guitarist magazines. He also freelances on the side, most often for Drowned in Sound. You can view his work here.

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