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Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Meet Hannah Hogan: Actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. We interviewed her in our blog series, check it out here: http://bit.ly/2lu7WZl

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Pro tip from a drummer: "Use gaffer tape to dampen drums, this will reduce the overtones & gives them a low, punchy sound which works really well for blues-rock" via our blog: http://bit.ly/2gt7DhX

Pro tip from a percussionist: Have gaffer tape handy  to save the day in the case of musical equipment emergencies, to secure signage, and to ensure safety on stage by taping down cords and cables without making a mess! Learn more about Meg Thomas here: http://bit.ly/2eXVqB3

Pro tip from a percussionist: Have gaffer tape handy to save the day in the case of musical equipment emergencies, to secure signage, and to ensure safety on stage by taping down cords and cables without making a mess! Learn more about Meg Thomas here: http://bit.ly/2eXVqB3

When we first heard from Lynwood of THE HEROINE, he sent us this amazing shot of our white gaffer tape being used around their microphone and couldn’t resist getting to know him a bit more! Check out our Q + A with them here: http://bit.ly/2cuo2QJ

When we first heard from Lynwood of THE HEROINE, he sent us this amazing shot of our white gaffer tape being used around their microphone and couldn’t resist getting to know him a bit more! Check out our Q + A with them here: http://bit.ly/2cuo2QJ

Pro tip from a percussionist: Have gaffer tape handy  to save the day in the case of musical equipment emergencies, to secure signage, and to ensure safety on stage by taping down cords and cables without making a mess! Learn more about Meg Thomas here: http://bit.ly/2eXVqB3

Pro tip from a percussionist: Have gaffer tape handy to save the day in the case of musical equipment emergencies, to secure signage, and to ensure safety on stage by taping down cords and cables without making a mess! Learn more about Meg Thomas here: http://bit.ly/2eXVqB3

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