A. H. McGowan

Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (98 of 114)
Location: W.Midlands.UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 208,167 - Total Helpful Votes: 98 of 114
Gator Gig Bag for 88-Note Keyboards (Reduced Depth&hellip by Gator
My Nord stage 88 fits in this a treat. It's like it was custom made. Good padding, sturdy handles, two padded Velcro straps stop the keyboard sliding around in transit. Pockets outside for storage with chunky bomb proof zips. What more can I say. Got a slimline 88 note keyboard that you gig regularly? Then you will be needing one of these!
TC-Helicon VoiceTone R1 Vocal Tuned Reverb by TC-Helicon
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous pedal, 22 Mar 2014
I have a Bose L1 model 1, which I use in my piano/guitar/vocal duo. The Bose doesn't have reverb built in, so I needed a way of providing reverb to the vocals. This was the perfect answer. I always have it on "plate", set the effect to "1 O'Clock" and it's job done. Yes, there are other units out there that are cheaper, but if you own a Bose then sound quality is paramount and this pedal delivers in spades. Forget Boss, Roland or any of the others, the reverb on this is quality, probably because it is only designed to do one thing - provide great quality reverb, rather than other units that try to do everything but usually end up delivering nothing. I have been using this… Read more
Billy Joel Keyboard Book (Keyboard Recorded Versio&hellip by Billy Joel
From a right hand perspective this is about as accurate as you can get to what Billy actually played. It contains all the intros, and fills (particularly on Piano Man and New York State of Mind) However, the left hand is very limited throughout the book, mostly consisting of simple octaves on all chord changes with a few passing notes. The transcription to Scenes from an Italian restaurant was one I was particularly interested in and unfortunately I was a little disappointed. Billy Joel is a fine piano player and he played much more than this, with harmony spread between left and right hand, and this is an underlying theme that lacks throughout the entire book. Take the right hand part from… Read more