Rig Of The Week 7.22.15

It’s summertime!!! One thing I like to do in the summertime is hang out with friends outside, after the sun has gone down and it’s cooled off some. That’s why for my “rig of the week” I’ve chosen this 2007 Martin D-18 Golden Era and a G7th Nashville Capo. This guitar sounds wonderful and would be just as comfortable in the studio or on the stage with it’s previously installed LR Baggs Anthem system as it would at a cookout or by the campfire.


Rig Of The Week 7.14.15

Hello everybody! Phoebus here with my rig of the week. My choice is quite simple. 1977 Marshall JM MK2 50watt head with master volume and a matching 1977 Marshall 1960A 4×12 cab w/25watt Rola Blackbacks, 2006 Gibson Les Paul Studio in white with gold hardware, and a tc electronic Stereo Chorus+Pitch Modulator & Flanger. The perfect rig for those late 70’s – early 80’s hard rock/metal tones. \m/


Repair: Martin 000

Mike from the repair shop here. I have a Martin OOO that had a nice large side crack, top crack, and small back crack. It also suffered from dehydration. After carefully realigning the side crack and gluing it up hydration was needed. The top and back crack closed up and glued up beautifully. After some finish touchup this Martin is back from the grave and ready rock once again.

Thanks for checking it out.10320545_812164022154624_4329009568057945593_n-600x450


Rig-of-the-Week 2.10.15

The second installment for employee Rig-of-the-Week is from Les Doerfler. Start with a 1966 Fender Mustang Bass. Couple that with an Orange AD-200 MkIII head, Orange 4×10 cab. Throw in an Eventide H9 Harmonizer for swirly reverby goodness. Top off with a Divine Noise coiled cable. Big bottom sound in a nice, tidy package. Every bass player should rock a short scale bass at some point.

Repair: Nut slot adjustment and handmade nut

Mike from the repair shop here. I’ve got a after market licenced fender neck where the nut slot was not cut deep enough. I carefully deepened the slot with a fine toothed saw and chiseled out the excess wood. I then used files to flatten the slot. Add a new handmade bone nut and you have a neck ready to play.
Thanks for checking it out.