Here’s the gear the Mass Street staff has been ogling in the store – everyone actually picked the Grosh 193 but I made them pick something else (except John since he’s the boss):
John Flynn – Grosh DG-193 Semi-Hollow Set Neck
Jason Jones – Dr Z Galaxie Head
A blues-rocker’s dream, the Galaxie is a 6L6 driven circuit with that features a channel switching option that delivers warm, punchy clean and expressive, gritty overdrive with a click of a button. Going with the head is also a very affordable and versatile choice, allowing you to use different cabinets to achieve the exact blues tone that suits you best!
Matt Christenot – Korg Beatlab Metronome
This is the perfect practice tool. Has multiple sliders so you can fine tune in your subdivisions. Also has built in practice tools for drummers so you can practice your flams, parididdles and other drummer things. Nice big tap tempo button, and it’s easy to set and save multiple tempos for live sessions.
Isaac Flynn – Les Paul Studio Gem
P 90s! What else need I say? These pickups sound fantastic, and when you play this guitar, you are playing a real Gibson – it sounds like butter (and everyone likes butter).
Eric Mardis – Collings MT wide nut
Collings mandolins have so much going for them… This one is yet another 10 from the Collings shop. Lots of bark and the extra width at the nut is very comfortable! Great, now I have another instrument to add to my acquisition list!
Matthew Khomsi – Genz Benz Shuttle 12.0 Shuttle Max Bass Amp
Extremely light weight. Huge sound. This is the most flexible bass amp on the market today.
Anne Tangeman – Collings OM1 Mahogany
I love this OM1 – amazing, deep sound and feels absolutely perfect. The kind of guitar you’d keep forever and play every day.