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Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by mingo, Apr 23, 2007.
Interesting rig rundown for sure
Hey, I know it may be a silly question, but anyone know what picks Buk favors?
Maybe @hottubes knows
Haven’t had the pleasure of meeting Tom yet, but the Bukovac’s are family friends. They grew up right down the street from my mom in Willowick, OH in the east side of Cleveland. His older brother Doug is also a hell of a player and has been the guitarist in my aunt’s band in Cleveland for a long time. The whole family is as nice and down to earth as they come. Whenever my aunt visits Nashville, she stays with Tom and his wife Sarah. Good people for sure.
I've watched it a few times now, good stuff.
What is up with the Vertex logo on the Nobles ODR-1?
I have never seen that exact version before....
Vertex re housed and modded the pedal to be true bypass
I've tried the shaking the guitar thing but I can't get it to work for me...
Also, Tom is a killer player, a bigtime influencer of the Nashvegas guitar community.
I imagine 335 sales went up and lots of boards changed after seeing this video. I know I'm getting a GE-7
Easily the best rundown i've seen. What an inspired player. Great lesson for the kids, TURN THE BASS KNOB DOWN.
I've never met him but did sell him a Matchless unicorn class amp once. It was my old very early Matchless DC/30 4x10 combo. I think they only made maybe 5 or 6 of them, I think Jimmy Vaughn has two of them. I was the original owner, picked it up at Elderly. It was too big (physically) for the gigs I was doing at the time so I put it up for sale. Tom contacted me right away and we worked out a deal. He was a nice guy and easy to deal with. That's he's such an incredible musician was a real bonus.
I learned a lot from that rundown. Mainly about the Plexi Bass amp. Since watching that it's been all I've fiddled with on my modeler.
I always liked this....
It is cool.
I always enjoy your playing on your YouTube demos too mate. Always very fluid, toneful and tasty.