The AMS original series Game of Tones will make you laugh and cry with a fun music gear-related competition that’s sure to please the whole family (as long as they like guitars).

Here’s the premise: Two musicians listen to a mysterious guitar tone. They’re then presented with an offering of gear, including guitars, amps, and an assortment of effects pedals. The goal, should they choose to accept it, is to replicate the tone using the gear provided to them.

Whoever gets closest to the original tone wins the Game of Tones.

There might not be violence or nudity, but we have guitar pedals — and that’s even better!


Game of Tones: Episode III - Holiday Edition

Release date: December 22, 2023

In this very special Holiday Episode of Game of Tones, Kelfy visits from the North Pole and grants Russ and Ryan one holiday wish: They may each choose another guitarist to help them replicate the mystery holiday-themed tone!

Which amazing guitarists do Russ and Ryan choose as their partners? Will Russ remain undefeated and achieve the Triple Crown? Find out in this Jingle-tastic episode of AMS’s Game of Tones! Santa’s watching…


Game of Tones: Episode II

Release date: October 27, 2023

Death visits the AMS Tone Labs in this spook-tacular Halloween episode of Game of Tones. And with the stakes raised, Russ and Ryan must use all their gear knowledge to replicate the Halloween-themed guitar tone and avoid Death’s cold touch. Are you scared!?

Will Russ and Ryan win their chess game with Death, or will Ryan just knock over the board in foolish clumsiness? Find out in this exciting episode of Game of Tones.


Game of Tones: Episode I

Release date: September 1, 2023

In the very first episode of Game of Tones Russ and Ryan put their skills and ears to the test to replicate the tone of an isolated guitar solo they’ve never heard before. They might know their gear, but do they know how to use it?

See who comes out victorious in the exciting original episode of AMS’s Game of Tones. The winner of the first episode wins permanent bragging rights — no pressure, though.