Guitar video review of a Crook Custom T-style guitar played through a Roland MicroCube amplifier.
A video visit of my guitar room / home studio, because it’s been redone since the last one, and I never took the time to show it… so here we go. In it I show some guitars, electric and acoustic, amps, pedals, recording gear, some parts on the shelf, and a bunch of computers. How geeky can one get? Apparently, plenty geeky! 🙂
So welcome to Casa Mojo.
Crook Custom Guitar, Tele-shaped, w/ Lollar 52 in the bridge and TV Jones in the neck… custom black and white paisley finish.
Using my Crook Tele, I am having some Minor Blues fun on a lazy Sunday afternoon… as always, I am using a Carmen Ghia amp from Dr Z, along with a ZVEX box of rock and an EH Holy Grail.
Take a Crook Custom Tele. Add a TV Jones in the neck, a Lollar 52 in the bridge. Plug that sucker into an Electro Harmonix Holy Grail reverb pedal.
Proceed to plug the afore-mentioned gear into a Dr Z Mini Z amp w/ the volume set at 1200hrs, and the attenuator at “4”.
Then go ahead and pretend you can play some blues.
yeah, it’s fun, ain’t it?
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.