Yep, a guitarist ...saying he's found it!
Rare...I know. I think I got lucky.
I recently traded my 1973 Les Paul Deluxe for a Blonde 1997 Gibson
ES335, my personal dream machine, found by chance on internet.
(My 1962 Strat has worked hard over 28 years
and needs a well deserved rest).
A pro player friend of mine mailed me two handbuilt OD pedals
A Vintage G and a Toenail Clipper.
No kidding, I now don't take my Mesa Boogie MKIV, I don't use
my Marshall TSL channels at gigs. Clean channel on Marshall and
the Craig pedals deliver everything I need for Crunch Rhythm and
hard hitting Lead.
I am as surprised as you are. I think I just got very lucky.
Totally workable live, this home demo is tame...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYIRgVfT ... ure=relmfu