Reissue Request: The Fender Showmaster

Fender and Gibson have an issue.  I call it the PT Cruiser Paradox. For those of you who live outside of America, and thus possibly escaped it.  This is a PT Cruiser: It was basically a Neon station wagon.  Because of its flat load floor it was classified as a truck by the EPA (I… Continue reading Reissue Request: The Fender Showmaster

Books: Drum Machine Programming A Musician’s Notebook By John H. Hinson III

Even though I claim guitar as my passion, drums are my first love.  When I listen to music, it’s always the drumming that I pay attention to.  I almost never play air guitar, but I’ll air drum whenever I’m sitting alone. I even still own the bass drum from the kit that my parents bought… Continue reading Books: Drum Machine Programming A Musician’s Notebook By John H. Hinson III

Books: How To Build Electric Guitars by Will Kelly

I believe that I own a single issue of Vintage Guitar magazine.  My lack of ownership has less to do with the quality, or lack there of, of said publication and more to do with my attitude towards vintage guitars which can best be described as “nonexistent.” Not reading Vintage Guitar means that I was… Continue reading Books: How To Build Electric Guitars by Will Kelly

Catalinbread CB30 Review

Note: At the time of publishing, Daft Paragon was a retailer of the product being reviewed.  The manufacturer did not encourage or influence this review in any way. I’m not a Vox guy. It has nothing to do with them being bad amps, they’re quite the opposite.  I just don’t enjoy the idea of being… Continue reading Catalinbread CB30 Review