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Not too long ago, Premier Guitar caught up with Thin Lizzy during the Chicago stop on their North American tour. Premier Guitar’s Chris Kies chatted with Thin Lizzy guitar tech Coty Allinson about the setup for guitar greats Scott Gorham and Vivian Campbell. Vivian Campbell plays a Mojave Scorpion 50 watt. http://www.gibson.com/en-us/Lifestyle/News/thin-lizzy-0802-2011/
Rebecca Dirks from Premier Guitar is On Location with Elwood Francis, guitar tech for Billy F. Gibbons to check out Billy’s live rig. And what do you think she found? A Mojave Scorpion special made for Billy F. Gibbons! Check it out, You can watch the whole video to see his whole rig or scroll to 11:54 to see the … Continue reading
Article I wrote for Mac Pro Video A while back I was wrestling with trying to correct phase for my microphone set up. The microphones all had a different distance between one mic to another. This would not have been such a big deal with only two mics, but I have 5 microphones in use. That tends to “complicate” things, … Continue reading
Two recent demos of a new model, Mojave Sidewinder HG. HG standing for high gain. The trick is to create a rich enough sound to make a single coil bridge position pickup on a Fender Srtat sound rich with 3rd order harmonics and not allow the 2nd order to get dominant. Distortion or square wave distortion raise the bass side … Continue reading
Super rare first addition series JTM45. Excellent ++ condition. Fully serviced and in perfect working order. Power transformer meticulously re-wound by Mercury Magnetics. Original parts used. This amp is part of the David Kronemyer collection.
One of my favorite JTM45’s because the block ends provided a stronger version of the chassis. This particular series was frequently found to have slightly higher internal high voltage, this created a little more power and dynamic range.
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