With the move to the new job and out of the studio / off the road, I have some gear to sell. A few instruments, a lot of pedals and a little other miscellany. Whatever doesn't sell asap will go on ebay or craigslist.
I can't figure out how to make these pictures straight. It's really annoying, but I'd rather play music on one of my last days in the studio than mess with formatting, so here you go.
If you want anything, email me via the CONTACT page and let me know. First come, first serve. Shipping is included as long as you're in the USA.
Epiphone Wilshire Electric Guitar. VINTAGE 60's.
No specifics, but I took it to Epiphone years ago and they said it was from the 60's and was probably a protoypte, as it's all original parts but was never in production in that configuration. Pickups are crazy strong. I have flat wounds on it now and it sounds amazing. Had it since high school. w/ gig bag $850
This guitar was played a lot during the Normals days. It's used in this clip below, one of our favorite covers.
Weber A-style mandolin. In perfect shape. Who am I kidding? I can't play mandolin. This is a legit bluegrass class act. Played it at the Ryman with Ron Block and Stuart Duncan. Crazy, I know. With pickup and hardshell case. $1300
Digidesign Command 8 - Essentially, a DAW controller that is not a keyboard. Love it for mixing, or setting levels quickly. Built for ProTools but works with anything. $350
Digitech Whammy Wah - Pitch Shift Whammy effects, as well as a bunch of wah sounds. Weird and awesome. $75
DynaComp - Great compressor. $70
EHX MicroSynth - The real deal. It's what I used for all the heavy guitar sounds on Leonard, The Morning and the "Hold the Light" solo live. Also makes keys and drums do some crazy things. Original in the big box. Pretty road-worn, but works perfectly. $200
Boss Tremolo - Works great. Actually used it last night on the Rhodes. Used it at Carnegie Hall, too. Just replaced the LED. The fist is part of a Baja Burrito bumper sticker. $75
POD HD300 - I used this as my pedalboard, amp AND DI for electric and acoustic at YoungLife gigs. Sounds way better than it has any right to. Would be great for a church thing where you want to play electric quietly, or both electric without an amp and acoustic through the same chain. $200
4 bypass loop strip - This was on my main pedalboard until last week. You leave your pedals on and then use that switcher to turn them on and off. Can set up effects chains easily with it, or use it so you can get overdrives out of the way but switch them on and off easily. Got this one from Steve Mason in Jars of Clay. $75
9 bypass loop strip - $150
Same as the 4 bypass strip, but I forgot to take a picture of it.
PedalTrain PT Pro pedalboard - with hardshell case. This was my main touring pedalboard for the past number of years. These things are indestructible. - $150
Shure SM57 - I just have too many. It's in the photo above. $75.
M-Audio Expression Pedal Foot Controller - Works with a keyboard and a lot of guitar gear that uses expression pedals. Does not work with Line6, but does with Strymon. $30
Again, if you want anything, email me via the CONTACT page and let me know. Thanks!