Based on member demand, The Gear Page is pleased to announce that our Apparel Merch Shop is now open. The shop’s link is in the blue Navigation bar (on the right side), “Shop,” with t-shirts, hats, neck buffs, and stickers to start. Here’s the direct link: www.thegearpageshop.com
You’ll find exclusive high-quality apparel and merchandise; all items are ethical, sustainably produced, and we will be continuously sourcing and adding new choices.
We can ship internationally. All shipping is at cost.
theyre (almost) all american too much shipping, too risky
Mark is immediately who I thought of.Mark Lettieri has a superb whole album based around baritones. It's not metal at all.
Deep: The Baritone Sessions
This is a teaser trailer for the album but you can find it on spotify or wherever you prefer.
Kinda surprised to see no mention of Tortoise yet. These guys use baritone guitars all over the place and if you’re into post-rock jazz experimental etc you’ll probably dig it.
I adore baritone guitar and love it in non-metal ways. So much of the Americana, Roots Rock, Surf, & Duane Eddy stuff I love has baritone guitars. My favorite affordable one is the classic Danelectro Baritone but dream baritone would be a Grez Mendocino baritone.
I remember when CME listed the FCS Brawler on their website. I downloaded pics to my computer as "inspiration for future builds". A lower priced version would be great, but this seemed to be a one-off shape and colour for Fender, or at least one that isn't commonly used. The playing demo was perfect.I have two baritones and am looking to convert another Fender into a baritone when I can get around to it with a conversion neck. I mostly use them to play indie/post rock/alternative/etc. Jason Molina is another non-metal player who used baritones in some of his early stuff. And this clip sounds incredible: