super hard on clone from mad bean pedals that im working on.
dear 4 or so tumblr followers,
i offer up to you this, a tiny nice little momentary kill switch i made, soon i will be recieving parts for a diy zvex super hard on clone i intend to build, and on that diy note, i have plans on working on my swirl painting.
so in mid october of 2010, I traded a guitar to a local guitar shop for a roland jc 77, wich is the smaller version of its big brother the jc120. and I love it, it has amazing clean tones, its built like a tank, its loud enough to play over drums, and probably completely overlooked. the new ones suck apperently though, the better made ones were made in the 70s and 80s, and have the metal toggle switches instead of the plastic power switches.
“Can you make pants and a jacket out of cassette tape? Yes you can.”
yeah. paul gilbert is pretty rad.
sweet ibanez talman, because it was the 90s.
Design Crush: Hannah Mae Haugberg (HMH)
Hannah Haugberg is one of the primary hand-painters of the world-renowned guitar-effects company Z-Vex—where hand-crafted artistry is the M.O. for both sight and sound. Having designed and painted countless custom pedals (as well as guitars, amplifiers, album art and more) for accomplished rockers all over the world, she continually finds the perfect concept to make the stompbox a perfect match to each artist. Check out her work here on Tumblr.
this is sooooooo rad. i used to follow hannahs blog. and she did some really really sweet stuff.
offset, surf guitars, so i would whole heartedly agree that jaguars/ jazzmasters look, well amazing, and ive played them in shops, but the neck joints are just sooo huge, and that corner of it hits your palm when you go to play high notes, and i dont know why they dont just, fix it. the talmans have awesome rounded neckjoints wich make it super easy to get those high notes.