So I was given a Marshall 1960B 4 x 12 cabinet from a good friend. Apparently, the neighbor was going to donate it and we asked to take it. Its pretty beat up and the teenagers decided to paint it with latex paint at some point in its life. So after a whole bottle of […]
The guys from Soul Motion asked for a postcard they could hand out for gigs. Sticking to the theme I used one of the old pics I really liked and played with some of the text they gave me. Soul Motion Band Website I recently completed a new website for the band Soul Motion. It came out […]
I recently purchased a used Marshall DSL 50 watt head off ebay. Everything looked good and it sounded great but the reverb was not working. Apparently the seller did not notice this or lied but either way it did not work. I was pretty bummed and didnt want to send it back losing all the […]
Here is a cover I did in my basement with Pro Tools 6. The drums needs work as well as the opening but …eh, whatever. It was one of my first attempts at recording and singing.
So after 30 years of playing guitar I ended up with Carpal tunnel in both hands. Initially I thought it was from using heavy gauge strings for a few years but I was wrong. I found it was really just hereditary and a combination of years lifting weights, guitar playing, and typing at work. Not really one […]
I was watching a video of Eric Clapton last night and it made me remember the time I met him. It was a thrill then and still is now 21 years later. I thought i might as well blog it before I get to old to remember it. 🙂 My girlfriend Anne and I […]
I love you more than you’ll ever know” was written by Al Kooper in ’68. Its a great soulful bluesy song in C Minor. Here is the basic chord chart mapped out. Just read it left to right one row at a time if you dont know how to read a chart. Meter – 6/8 […]
LR Baggs M1 Pickup I just bought the LR Baggs M1 pickup for my martin D28 acoustic. Since the band wanted to do a few acoustic tunes i figured it was time to drop he cash and install something in my martin for live use. The reason I went with […]
Jim Dunlop Blues Bottle Slide The blues bottle slide is a replica of the old Coricidin medicine bottles used by Duane Allman back in the day. Its my favorite slide and has the best overall tone in my opinion. The only downfall is condensation buildup in the slide while playing which can soften calusus. Despite […]
The first sounds of my babies heartbeat at 12 weeks. Its pretty amazing to hear a life still being created. 😀 My lil’ girls heart beat.