Sonic Blue John Suhr Classic Strat-style into a Mini Z.

Yesterday, I received a Suhr Classic, strat-style, in Sonic Blue.

Today I received a Dr Z Mini Z head.

Clearly, a review was forthcoming! So here we are… enjoy 🙂

Gear used for this video: Suhr Classic, Doctor Z Mini Z head, Avatar 2×12 cab & Holy Grail Reverb

Black paisley Crook Custom Tele into a Mini Z, Part I

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?

Tom Anderson Cobra w/ 3P90s and a Mini Z

Take a Tom Anderson Cobra. Add three P90s – because you can. 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?

Lentz HSL / Mini Z review, Part I

Lentz HSL / Mini Z review. A review of all three positions on this Lentz HSL guitar. A T-style bridge pickup and ashtray bridge, a P90 – all pickups are wound by Scott Lentz – a beefy neck, and a nitro sunburst finish on this double cut guitar.

Amp used is a Dr Z Mini Z head w/ a Dr Z cab (1×12, alnico blue speaker.)

Lentz HSL into Dr Z Mini Z head, Part III

Lentz HSL into Dr Z Mini Z head, Part III… this time w/ a backing track in the style of Gary Moore’s Still Got The Blues. The tones this guitar deliver never cease to amaze me.

Gear used:

Scott Lentz HSL, neck position.
Dr Z Mini Z amp: Volume at 1500hrs, and attenuator on 3.
EH Holy Grail verb, knob at 0900hrs.

Sorry about all the clams, I was just going for the fun tones 🙂