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.
cover of High cost of living (Jamey Johnson) Gear used: Shell Pink MojoTwanger T-style Seymour Duncan Antiquities pickups Swart AST Amp
Cover of the John Prine classic, “That’s the way the world goes round.”
A cover of the John Prine classic, using a MojoTwanger shell pink T-style (Seymour Duncan Antiquities pickups) and a Swart AST.
Goodbye (Oct 09 VOM)
The classic Steve Earle song is my entry this month into the HC Virtual Open Mic (VOM).
Shell Pink MojoTwanger T-style
Seymour Duncan Antiquities pickups
Swart AST Amp
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.
A video review of my Trussart Deluxe Steelcaster played through a Dr Z Carmen Ghia. Seafoam Green power, baby! The pickups are Seymour Duncan Antiquities, by the way…
A review of my Seafoam Green Trussart Deluxe Steelcaster into a Dr Z Mini Z head.
Holy back, Seymour Duncan pickups.
Settings: Volume at 1000hrs, Attenuator on “3”.