"You should check out his work and get you one, before they become popular & ... more
"You should check out his work and get you one, before they become popular & the back-orders stack up. These are pretty goddamn affordable despite being handmade. There is a neck shape & pickup combo for just about any hand or style of music, and the body shape is a show-stopper. I took one to New Orleans’ Frenchmen Street to sit in with friends last weekend and got a dozen comments before I’d played a note."
"The meek shall inherit the Earth. Small sounds big." more
"The meek shall inherit the Earth. Small sounds big."
"Electro Harmonix “22 Caliber” Amp head – $100 – actually sounds alright, I’m... more
"Electro Harmonix “22 Caliber” Amp head – $100 – actually sounds alright, I’m using it tonight for a small-scale gig to see how much abuse it’ll take."
"I lost EVERYTHING – five guitars (two of which weren’t mine which I was to s... more
"I lost EVERYTHING – five guitars (two of which weren’t mine which I was to sell for a friend PLUS the first guitar my father bought for me when i was 15), a ‘64 blackface Bassman head, a 2×12 cabinet with new MojoTone speakers, my pedalboard, and an expensive pinstripe suit & wingtip shoes."
"1974 Traynor BassMaster head – $200. It’s a Canadian-made Plexi Marshall cl... more
"1974 Traynor BassMaster head – $200. It’s a Canadian-made Plexi Marshall clone, basically. Sounds awesome if you trick it out with some Telefunken preamp tubes & Mullard EL34’s, but that would defeat the “sacrificial” nature of the amp; I switch out the tubes with Sovteks for gigs & leave the good ones in for recording. Think “Machine Gun”."
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