A test drive of the Godin Multiac hooked up to a Roland GR-20 guitar synthesizer. In this, the fourth part of the series, a closer look at the brass bank.
A George Strait cover, as I am test driving a Godin Multiac and Roland GR-20 rig to see if I can make it work for a live setting, or if it’s just a cool toy to go zim boom bang in my guitar room… Organ patch – #15 – at about half volume, with natural nylon string guitar tone at full volume over it. Both going through a Bose L1 Compact PA.
Guitar video review of a Crook Custom T-style guitar played through a Roland MicroCube amplifier.
Fantastic guitar from a great luthier, Peter Malinoski. Originally inspired by the Tele, this guitar is a complete departure from what we all think about when we think Tele, yet some of the tones are reminiscent of the T-style. This is the clean tone video, a dirty tone edition is on the way.
A video review of the Soloway Gosling. What a stunning guitar. Everything on it is perfect from tone, craftsmanship, woods, accessories, balance and comfort. A complete homerun of a guitar. I cannot wait to be able to commission Jim to build me one to my specs.
The top is unbelievable: a one-piece flamed and spalted maple. Wow. Never seen anything so unique. and I’ve seen a couple of guitars in my day! 🙂
A guitar video review of the new Saguaro Tombstone T-style guitar. A thinner body and a metallic plate inside the body are the main differentiators for this fine guitar. Light, well-balanced, sonically pleasing, and with a mild relic finish. Comfortable neck and pickups that will deliver the Tele-thang perfectly. Fine guitar!
A review of my Tom Anderson Guitarworks Atom guitar through a Swart AST amp and a Route 66 Overdrive and compressor pedal. Fun 🙂
Another review of my Huber Dolphin Jr played through a Swart AST amp, using a Danelectro Cool Cat Vibe and a Visual Sound Route 66 pedal.
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.
Silly fun w/ a Peavey Predator and a slide.
The Peavey is my first ever guitar, but I modded her quite a bit. Beyond the obvious – the polka dots I added – there are also three new Seymour Duncan pickups, including a hot rails in the bridge.