From the moment he hits the strings … KAPOW!!!
The Hall of Tasty
New video from our blues man of the moment, Gary Clark Jr. Really looking forward to a full length album from this guy.
Some killer sounding quick demos of the EJ fuzz courtesy of James Santiago from Voodoo Labs. He’s got the EJ licks down and it sounds HOT.
“Even though I did these while doing homework on my own Giggity pedal, they do also prove that the EJ fuzz sounds pretty awesome…Bear in mind that these were done with a real signed off version of EJ’s pedal. Other than myself, Jeorge Tripps and EJ, any other people that claim to have a different color/version are not hearing the final product.”
- James Santiago, Voodoo Labs
David Grissom is a tasty player of monstrous proportions but weirdly enough this is his first entry into the hallowed pages of tastychops. I have never been a PRS fan but his signature PRS is really intriguing (I’ll take the goldtop please!) – really versatile axe. The audio isn’t amazing when the band and vox kicks in but enjoy the guitar tones.
This is a really neat 40 minute interview with Tele-meister Jim Campilongo. Lots of interesting stuff about his learning and development as a player. Watch and learn.
This is Kenny’s new pedalboard by boutique builder, Helweg. I can spot an Ibanez TS808HW, Analogman KOT, Dunlop Univibe, Analogman Bi-chorus, Chicago Iron Tycobrahe Octavia, Boss Tuner, MXR Blue Box, Butler Tube Driver, Dunlop MC-404 CAE Wah and a Jam Pedals Delay LLama … all connected via the Voodoo Labs Pedal Switcher. Nice work!
And for a comprehensive walk through of his immense pedal collection check this video…some fantastic vintage pieces in here!
This clip from the Adelaide show of the recent Australia tour. Please watch this all the way through and acknowledge the genius that is Landau. Also listen out for the punter who yells out “look at his right hand!” and “volume swells – trademark” … classic!
These new pervy Trussart videos from Guitar Center Platinum. Which one is your favourite?
1. Trussart Steelcaster Rust on Cream Gator
Its BB’s birthday today, so here’s a little flashback to some classic BB. This is a live performance at Sing Sing Prison in 1974 . The clip shows his sense of humour as well as his emotional intensity as a performer. Love you BB!