I am a big Reverend Guitars fan – in case you hadn’t noticed… so this video showcases both my lack of playing abilities and my beloved US Reverend Avenger TL in lava swirl finish…
Always wanted a James Burton Sig tele with the black finish and the gold paisley… and now, lucky son of a gun that I am, I got one! So I had to share 🙂
Video of my US Reverend Rocco in Lava Swirl finish
A video of the guitar that was my #1 guitar for a long time: a Fender Telecaster in seafoam green nitro w/ OC Duff pickups, a Warmoth neck, Sperzel locking tuners, and an Earvana nut!
Crook Custom Guitar, Tele-shaped, w/ Lollar 52 in the bridge and TV Jones in the neck… custom black and white paisley finish.
The Roland Microcube is a fun little amp that I use regularly for recording or to take to a friend’s. Here I reviewed the main channels with the help of my trusty Telecaster with Fralin Blues Special pickups…
If you watch my videos on MojoCaster.com or ThreeChordGuitar.com you know that I play a lot through a Dr Z Carmen Ghia amp. I also use my Carr Hammerhead, so I figured I’d do a quick review of this beast of an amp for ya. I am using my Telecaster with sparkly flame paint job, and the pickups are Fralin Blues specials…
Fender Telecaster Hot Rod 52 review
This guitar is US made, with a single Tele bridge pickup and a Seymour Duncan mini-humbucker in the neck position. The neck is medium chunky, the finish is butterscoth nitro – see through so you can enjoy the grain – and the guitar comes in a beautiful Fender Tweed case.
Gear used: Carmen Ghia by Dr Z for the amp, and an Electro Harmonix Holy Grail reverb pedal.
This is a review of my latest guitar, a Tom Anderson Cobra, telecaster-shaped, with three P90 pickups. The top is quilted maple, the back is Mahogany, and so is the neck. 5 way switch, and the tone knob is a push pull that adds the bridge pickup.
Played through a Dr Z Carmen Ghia, with a dash of reverb courtesy of an Electro Harmonics Holy Grail…
Melancon Cajun Gentleman guitar review
Recently acquired a beautiful Melancon Cajun Gentleman built by Gerard Melancon in Louisiana. This guitar is incredible in terms of build quality, woods used and accessories. The pickups are TV Jones Filtertron and Filtertron +, and the guitar also has a Bigsby. The body is Swamp ash with a flamed maple top. The neck is maple with a rosewood fretboard… I am in love! Gear used for this video include a Dr Z Carmen Ghia and a Holy Grail reverb