Rather than do a ‘best of’ style post, every year I’m going to do a rundown of what gear we started with and what gear we ended up with – along with a discussion of why.Continue reading “2019 Review: Gigging Gear”
Over At Riffs, Beards and Gear, Fluff has posted a short demo of the 2018 model of Music Man’s Cutlass RS.
The guitar features a roasted maple neck, H-S-S pickup configuration with a 5 way selector switch, and stainless steel frets. It’s a nicely-balanced guitar, and looks pretty comfortable to play.
How does it sound? Watch the video to find out, then head over to YouTube to leave a like and a supportive comment.
Chris Buck is back with another Friday Fretworks video. This week, he’s looking at how string gauge affects tone,
Have a listen, and then head over to YouTube to leave a like and say which string gauge you preferred the sound of.
For this week’s Tuesday Talk, Mary Spender has shared her experience of driving up through California to visit the Ernie Ball Music Man factory.
It’s always cool to see how and where guitars are built. Most of us will never get a tour around a factory, so it’s awesome that Mary shared this with us. And California is just such a beautiful part of the world … 🙂
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Mary Spender has uploaded the first of her on-the-floor vlogs from NAMM 2018:
This is a really good look at the changes to the St Vincent guitar model for 2018. Looks like the solid rosewood necks have been replaced by flame roast maple instead. There’s also a more traditional two-humbucker configuration available, along with some new colours.
And a cool recap of the history of this unique guitar.
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