Studio monitors are by far one of the most important pieces of gear in any recording or mixing studio. However, there are various types of studio monitors, all designed to serve a specific purpose. The one we are going to look at today is the group of near field monitors. These are probably more popular […]

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The fact that most homes in the developed world have computers has completely changed the landscape when it comes to both audio and video industry. On top of that most modern computers are more than good enough to run a variety of specialized software. The overall result of this phenomenon is a larger number of […]

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Finding the right set of studio monitors for your specific studio requires a bit of effort and research. There are always things you need to keep in mind, which have nothing to do with the quality of the speakers. Today we are going to talk about some of these things, and give you some general […]

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Ever since technology advanced to a level where we can record and mix music in the comfort of our own homes, studio monitor speakers have become a more popular topic. One of the more frequent mistakes beginner producers make is to completely disregard the importance of these speakers, choosing to use standard desktop speakers instead. […]

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Proper placement of speakers is one of the hottest and most important topics regarding studio monitors. We would love to tell you that the whole thing is overblown and that it’s actually easy, but we would be lying. Good positioning of studio monitors is imperative if you expect those monitors to of any use. This […]

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No matter what kind of artist you are or what genre of music you produce – metal, hip hop, jazz, classical, acoustic or many others – unless people are listening to you, you’re not doing it right. But that’s easier said than done. How do you build a solid fanbase? Fans that will download your […]

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The GuitarFella Team

Stefan Arbuckle
The Electric Guitar Guy
Stefan Arbuckle
  • Playing guitars for over 8 years.
  • Worked as a manager in a local guitar shop for 5 years.
  • In love with his SGS from the first day he bought it.
  • Passionate about helping people find the right gear.
  • Loves helping beginners get their feet wet with their first guitar.
  • Considers himself a great guitar teacher, and spends a lot of time improving his technique.
Johnas Curren
The Acoustic Guitar Guy
Johnas Curren
  • Worked as a solo performer for 6 years. Also considers himself a great singer and songwriter.
  • Owns a small recording studio in NY.
  • Would pick a Taylor over a Martin anyday (personal preference).
  • Co-founder of a private guitar lessons school.
  • Author of “Stop Wasting Your Time, Learn Guitar!”
Sally Phillips
The Social Media Manager
Sally Phillips
  • Graduated with a bachelor’s degree program in music management.
  • Engaged with the music industry since she was 19 years old.
  • Currently works as an event promoter in San Diego.
  • Thinks that the music industry is far from reaching its potential.
  • Loving mother of 3 kids. All of them play the guitar!
Steven Junga
The Guitar Effects Guy
Steven Junga
  • A guru when it comes to modifying audio related electronic circuits.
  • Strong believer that you are missing out on a lot of options if you do not have a good pedal board.
  • Works as a guitar tutor in a music school.
  • Constantly works on improving his grounding and shielding technique.
  • Spends way too much on guitar amplifiers.
Mile Bradford
The Classic Guitar Guy
Mile Bradford
  • Playing nylon-stringed instruments since the beginning of time.
  • Born in USA, worked for more than 20 years as a local guitar teacher in Manchester (UK).
  • Co-founder of a guitar luthier school in Manchester.
  • Gigs for fun at his friend’s bar when he is bored.
  • Certified guitar teacher at the American Guitar Academy
  • Maniac when it comes to keeping his guitar in good shape.