After months of futzing around with this… it is DONE!  Behold the latest iteration of the “pedalboard from hell”…Signal path: Line 6 G50 wireless, Visual Sound Pure Tone buffer, MXR CAE wah, Loop Master 6-channel true bypass looper, Wampler Ego compressor, Fulltone Fulldrive 3 overdrive, Fulltone Catalyst fuzz, Paul Cochrane Timmy overdrive, 2x Fulltone OCD overdrives, Lehle DC filter, Visual Sound volume, Line 6 M5 multi-FX (modded by JHV3), Pigtronix Echolution 2 Deluxe delay, TC Electronic Hall of Fame reverb, TC Electronic PolyTune tuner - all powered by Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 4x4 + ISO5 and mounted on a Pedaltrain Pro

After months of futzing around with this… it is DONE!  Behold the latest iteration of the “pedalboard from hell”…

Signal path: Line 6 G50 wireless, Visual Sound Pure Tone buffer, MXR CAE wah, Loop Master 6-channel true bypass looper, Wampler Ego compressor, Fulltone Fulldrive 3 overdrive, Fulltone Catalyst fuzz, Paul Cochrane Timmy overdrive, 2x Fulltone OCD overdrives, Lehle DC filter, Visual Sound volume, Line 6 M5 multi-FX (modded by JHV3), Pigtronix Echolution 2 Deluxe delay, TC Electronic Hall of Fame reverb, TC Electronic PolyTune tuner - all powered by Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 4x4 + ISO5 and mounted on a Pedaltrain Pro

You know you’ve grown up when - after a gig - instead of going to Taco Bell (if they’re still open) or Camp Washington Chili, you come home and make peanut butter, banana, and spinach smoothies at 2:30 in the morning.

Flashback to the last time Jamison Road played at Toby Keith’s… mid-way through Brent’s guitar solo people in the audience started throwing dollar bills at him! 

Because “guitar restringing night” calls for an obligatory couch shot - we’ll see if y’all can guess which one I’ll be playing at Toby Keith’s tomorrow

Because “guitar restringing night” calls for an obligatory couch shot - we’ll see if y’all can guess which one I’ll be playing at Toby Keith’s tomorrow

With half a dozen other computers in the house - computers that get used on a daily basis, computers that take more physical abuse, computers that are twice as old, etc. - how come the PC in the studio is the only one that pulls crap like this?

With half a dozen other computers in the house - computers that get used on a daily basis, computers that take more physical abuse, computers that are twice as old, etc. - how come the PC in the studio is the only one that pulls crap like this?

As an IT professional and guitar collector, there’s nothing that grinds my gears more than finding a good deal on a cool guitar online, buying it, paying immediately, then getting an email 3 days later saying that there was a glitch in their inventory management system and the guitar had actually been sold to another customer several days prior.