The 1955 might best embody Michael Kelly’s commitment to delivering guitars that are inspired not by the production cookie-cutter models, but rather by the best boutique builders in the world. The first attribute that you will recognize as uniquely boutique is the real flame maple binding. Other unique touches like the mini-humbucker neck pickup, compound radius fingerboard, highly figured quilt maple and swamp ash body further separate the 1955 from those high volume production guitars.
The Nano Looper 360 is a small, extremely easy to use looper with a total of 360-seconds of loop recording time. Not only that, the available 360 seconds can be divided into 11 different Loops, so you get the most out of the available memory! You can think of the Nano Looper 360 as your very own “Loop Locker.” Some features include six minutes of loop recording time, Unlimited overdubbing and an Intuitive looping interface.
The G&L ASAT Classic is Leo Fender’s final word on the traditional single cutaway bolt on axe. Framed in a classic boxed steel bridge, the single coil Magnetic Field Design™ bridge pickup created by Leo Fender delivers crisp attack with complex harmonics while individual brass saddles offer modern levels of intonation refinement. Flip to the single-coil MFD™ neck pickup and you will discover a delectably rich tonal palette, from round clean jazz tones to thick, gritty blues. Put them together and you will find another level of heaven. The ASAT Classic hard-rock maple neck features an easy playing satin finish, comfortable 9 1/2″ radius and Jescar 57110 medium jumbo nickel silver frets for silky playability.
Get Ready to Rock with this Parker PDF105 Electric Guitar which features a reliable and lightweight carved mahogany body with a quilted maple top. The maple neck is extremely thin and fast, and it features an ebony fretboard with 22 frets. Part of Parker’s Radial Neck Joint Series, this axe allows for complete upper register freedom. The heel is so comfortable that it doesn’t really feel like it’s even there. Electronically, you’ll find a Seymour Duncan SH1 humbucker in the neck and a Seymour Duncan TB11 in the bridge. Between the two of these, you’ll have an enormous electric tonal palette. This is a revolutionary guitar that can easily become your number one gigging axe, and you won’t have to empty your bank account to get it.
This Neil Zaza signature pedal by Mooer Audio is a transparent and singing low gain overdrive. You can use it for added gain on a crunch sound amp or for light overdrive on a clean amp. It’s body is a full metal shell with a very small and compact design.
At the heart of the Kronomaster Delay is the PT2399 Chip which is the industry standard for delay pedals. With the Kronomaster it is easy to achieve the delay you want in your sound be it a warm and bright tone through a wide array of frequencies or that old fashioned tape echo. Just open the cockpit, dial in the desired sound with 3 easy to use controls (time, repeat and mix) slide the cover closed so you don’t need to worry about them moving during a show and you are off and rocking!
In 2013, Absara Audio purchased the rights to the Supro brand name from infamous Fender amp designer, Bruce Zinky. In collaboration with Zinky, their Pigtronix design team created a line of Supro 1964 reissue tube amplifiers which first debuted at the 2014 NAMM show. The legacy of Supro amplifiers stretches back to the 1930’s and reaches its original peak in the mid 60’s with the Blue Rhino hide models that inspired our reissues.
Supro’s origins date to the pre-electric guitar days and the formation of the National Resophonic guitar company around 1926, with roots in the resonator guitars that became a blues tone standard prior to amplification. National and Dobro merged in the early ‘30s to form Valco, and Supro. Soon, Valco-made Supro amps were tearing it up on Chicago’s south-side scene, established a tone that has been synonymous with gritty blues ever since. By the mid 60’s, Jimi Hendrix was playing a Supro Thunderbolt amp on tour with Little Richard and the Isley Brothers. A few years later, Jimmy Page, inspired by the raw tones of the Chicago blues scene, cut seminal Led Zeppelin tracks on a Supro Model 24…and so the chain of influences goes, full circle from Chicago blues, to London blues-rock, with Supro the hip tone to beat.