I had a little fun with my Crook Tele & Carmen Ghia head over a backing track that I created a while back. I call it “somewhat jazzy” because I don’t have the nerves to pretend I can play jazz 🙂
This guitar features Lollar and TV Jones pickups and a four-way switch.
Bill Crook T review.
Bill Crook of http://www.CrookCustomGuitars.com built this beautiful T-style guitar in blue Paisley. It features a McVay G Bender, Adder and Florance pickups.
It is being demoed through a Mini Z from Dr Z.
A video review of my Crook T played through a Dr Z Carmen Ghia. Pickups by Adder (neck) and Peter Florance (bridge). McVay G Bender.
Bill Crook S-type in seafoam green paisley equipped with Peter Florance Voodoo pickups, played through a Swart AST amp. I don’t deserve either 🙂
Crook S-type into Swart AST.
Even though I am a Tele guy, this S-type keeps calling my name. And plugged through the AST, there isn’t one bad tone to be found!
This S-type is finished in seafoam green paisley and features Peter Florance Voodoo pickups. Built by Bill Crook, is sports a fat maple neck and is my favorite strat-like guitar.
Crook Tele w/ Swart AST amp. Red and silver paisley, Kinman and Adder pickups. Matching headstock and double-bound.
Oh yeah, and some of the poorest playing I have ever recorded… sorry for that!