Beginning with the Monthname 2020 V.21, N.5 issue, we plan to deliver via your email, a direct link to our new ToneQuest, “Behind the Scenes.” Included FREE as part of your subscription, “Behind the Scenes” will reveal some backstories and other details that typically don’t make print.
In this issue, we met with Brad Paisley’s guitar tech, d’Montré Benedaus. While examining the tone chain, we realized that his tone chi is backwards with his flangers up front, and ending with his Super Fatty Wah-Banger Pedal. Moreover, his tech controls all the switch for more better feng shui.
“Apple copywriters know exactly how to sell with words. They know the copywriting tricks, techniques, and formulas that sell products. And they understand which words to choose to help you justify your iPhone 5 purchase. Even if you possess a still-fully-functional iPhone 4S.”
The Fender Tremolux was a guitar amplifier made by Fender. It was introduced in the summer of 1955 with a rated power output of 15 watts, cathode bias, two 6V6 output tubes, and a 5V4 tube rectifier. The Tremolux was the first Fender amp with a built in effect, tremolo.
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