One note I feel I have to add, and right now I feel it could finally be the right time, is “why I do it”. I have been asked that a few times, plus I now feel I developed my own philosophy for it.
I have been called an “Angus Clone” many times. A poser, Angus’ lost brother, etc. (more…)
I bought this amp around 2006, I think. I’d had many Marshall heads but had sold all of the most powerful ones (from 50 watts upwards) only keeping smaller heads which are easier – with a smaller studio like mine at the time – to record with. (more…)
Yep, it was the name of my pro recording studio.
Well, where it all began for me, naturally. Even though, it is not correct either. Prior to making the studio, I had been a guitar player for twenty or more years, had been in bands, played live, etc.
Where this adventure – I might say – has begun for me.
Have some pictures first.
Entrance (see the stairs on your right; the place was below street level, basically, a basement I had converted into studio). Then, my “guitar wall”. Some of those guitars are long gone. Nope, don’t miss any of those. The ones I kept are the ones I wanted. On your left, corridor to control room and recording room. (more…)
This video was shot in my summer time home.
Guitar used here was my 1970 Gibson SG Standard played on Guitar Rig version 3.1
This video was shot in my former recording studio, Studio58a.
Guitar used here was my 1970 Gibson SG Standard played on a reissue Marshall head and cabinet, being a 1987XL Modified by David Bray and a 1960B cabinet with reissue (at the time) G12Ms.