She Shreds Magazine

Rhythm Styles for the Right Hand

Rhythm Styles for the Right Hand

This lesson originally appeared in the twelfth issue of She Shreds, published in April, 2017. Subscribe here and receive your  more

Review: Plug and Play with Burger Records’ Burger Buddy

The Burger Buddy updates the standard cassette player for the modern tape listener. It can also be a helpful tool  more

Musicians Tips: Vorhees’ Dana Wachs on Finding Your Musical Voice

Dana Wachs began studying electric bass and cello at a young age, but she soon discovered that conventional music lessons  more

Mobina Galore on Troubleshooting Gear Issues from the Road

Winnipeg, Canada-based punk duo Mobina Galore was on stage during first show on their recent European tour with Against Me!  more

Dirty Dishes’ Jenny Tuite on Controlling Your Fuzz Effects

Guitarist, singer and songwriter Jenny Tuite has an awesomely experimental, do-what-works and DIY attitude and an intimate understanding of the  more

Yonit Spiegelman on Taking Time for Timing

In any piece of music, the importance of rhythm and timing can not be overstated. Proper timing leads to a  more

Ariel Bui on Ear Training for Guitarists and How to Improve Your Skills

As any guitarist or bassist will tell you, creating music has as much to do with listening as it does  more

Black Table’s Mers Sumida on Preparing For and Getting Through Your Studio Session

New York / New Jersey metal band Black Table made waves with their 2012 genre-blurring EP, “Sentinel,” but after an  more

Helms Alee’s Dana James on Working Through Tough Spots in Song Development

With a mix of melody-driven post-rock, punk, prog, and pop, enormous, chugging riffs, and unusual use of time signatures and  more

She Shreds SXSW: Deap Vally’s Festival Dos and Don’ts for Bands

Large-scale festivals like SXSW can be intimidating for musicians who are new to navigating the chaos of the festival circuit.  more
She Shreds Magazine