With all the time in the world on my hands thought I'd finally post this little gem.
If you've ever wondered what vintage guitars cost when mere mortals could (maybe) afford them, here's a pretty comprehensive list.
1960 LP Standard $7250 (item #15416A)
1957 LP Goldtop...
Looking for a nice, weighted controller to learn on. Budget is open if function and features justify the price.
I have a little keyboard experience from years ago although most of that has gone to ground.
Any advice on beginner learning tools (app's, books, etc.) and soft synth software would...
Anybody know how the Kleins sound overdriven?
I've listened to a number of demos, including some excellent comparisons between the Kleins and Fender CS 1969's, but most were clean and the driven examples were inconclusive.
The reverse wound variant (i.e. lefty for a righty guitar) is...
KCEA just played It's A Long Way To Tipperary, recorded September 15, 1914. The band was the American Quartet with Billy Murray and Chorus. I'm pretty sure that's the oldest music recording I've ever heard. It's certainly the oldest song I've heard on a radio station, albeit streamed.
What's the good word on these? They make all the right noises on paper but I haven't played them myself.
I generally like lower output pups that are preferably not too noisy. Looking for the perfect Gilmour / Trower / Blunt hybrid that won't muddy up with higher gain when I get an Yngwie itch...
For those who are unfamiliar with Robbie, he played on Robert Plant's first three solo records. He's also done a great deal of studio work and played in a number of bands in the 70's.
Robbie has been one of my personal favorites for years and I'm always on the lookout for new and old music that...
Back in May I had the opportunity to record my friend Randy Volin's 1977 Dumble Overdrive Special demoing a variety of JAM Pedals. He brought along 3 vintage Strats, a 1963 ES 335 and a 1965 Deluxe as well.
After much ado the first WaterFall Chorus video is done. Randy is playing a 1957...
FXPedal.com has partnered with Heil Sound and Elite Core to offer a chance to win 3 JAM Pedals, a Heil mic and an Elite Core pedalboard with cables.
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Here's the lot:
- JAM Pedals WaterFall analog chorus
- JAM Pedals Delay Llama+ analog delay
- JAM Pedals Red...
I'm going to Mammoth Mountain for a few days on Sunday and want to bring an acoustic with me. Is there anything I should be aware of vis a vis temperature and humidity changes? I'm coming from Burbank, so the guitar is acclimated to fairly dry and warm weather. Does elevation have any affect?
ToneConcepts teamed with us to giveaway one of their new pedals, The Distillery.
They started their R&D by asking touring pros what they most needed and were missing on their pedalboards. With extensive input from Steve Lukather, Nels Cline, Billy Gibbons and many others, they developed a...
I've got an Infinity Looper giveaway going on through my company Facebook page that ends this week. The winner will be announced on Thanksgiving. The Remote Switch is also included, together they're worth $499.
The Infinity Looper is a high quality phrase looper with two separate loops with...
The Rattler+ is JAM Pedal's take on the ProCo Rat. It's hand built in Greece with an LM308 can op-amp and then hand painted. Although it's considered a distortion it can get a nice fuzz tone when when cranked.
You can see the demo video here:
I have a shipment of the C30's coming in a few weeks with a pre-order price of $799 US + shipping. There's a limited number and the price will increase once they are here. You can email me at Info@FXPedal.com or order directly from the website www.FXPedal.com
IMHO one of the greatest rock songs ever made even better with a BC Rich Bich 10 string, a Dean ML (lefty no less) and a Flying V Bass.
Just wondering if there's much interest in these and if so, what people would like to see in one. An example is the Captain Coconut 2 which features a fuzz, Octavia and vibe. It's basically Band Of Gypsies in a box, wah and expression pedal sold separately.
BOG and Bridge Of Sighs are...
A friend of mine is looking at a '67 S Type and we got to discussing residual value. Does anybody know if used S Types hold their value well? How about Nash guitars as a whole? Appreciate any insights, thanks.
Taking pre-orders now at www.FXPedal.com
This is the new combo debuted at NAMM in January.
Here are some features unique to it:
-Foot-switchable channel changing
-Much lower price
For the next week (Feb 12 - Feb 19) free ground shipping to TGPer's in the...
A friend of mine offered to sell me his 1968 Crybaby. He bought it new and it's all original. It works well and sounds great. I took the back off (and forgot to take pix...) and saw that it has the Japanese TDK inductor. We tried to research its value but the closest we could find was a 70's...