A very unique and historically important memorabilia guitar has just been listed for sale on VintageandRare.com in our showroom for private sellers
The guitar is a 1964 Fender Stratocaster in Sunburst finish. Owned and played by Jimi Hendrix
V&R demoing the Misty Cave Analog Resonance Echo from Lastgasp Art Laboratories. We found this pedal to be a very unique creation and have used it in various pedal setups. Please see the full demo below.
The “MISTY CAVE – analog resonance echo” (MC) is an effect pedal which creates a kind of reverb/echo.
Characterized by a sound of a space that is resonant to the pitches of the input signal.
It makes the sound of delay style oscillating feedback which decays naturally. This increases the playability of your instrument over other delay pedals. You can control which note oscillates using the D.TIME control.
There is the “CV PEDAL” jack to control the “D.TIME” with the expression pedal.
The Finnish company Mad Professor are makers of high-end world class amplifiers and effects. We noticed Mad Professor around 2007 and has been following the company ever since. For this demo we teamed up with guitar player and gear reviewer – Simon Gotthelf. See Simon´s demo of the Stone Grey Distortion for V&R below. You can buy the Stone Grey Distortion here
This new version landed on our desk prior to the official release of the pedal. So we quickly headed into our demo studio and ran it for an ambient demo style test drive. See our full demo of the great sounding Red Repeat 2016 Edition below.
At Vintage & Rare Hq we are huge fans of the metal icons, Metallica. V&R Staff grew up with Metallica´s music and their music is often banging out of the loudspeakers in our office.
We sat down with Stefan from Stevens Custom Guitars during Holy Grail Guitar Show in Berlin 2016.
On this clip Stefan shows us some of the fretted instruments they brought to the show.
On this clip, Stevie, shows us some of the fine vintage guitars they brought to the show this year. A 1958 Fender Stratocaster, an old and rare 1967 Mosrite, a super rare 1965 Epiphone Crestwood Deluxe and finally a 1957 Gibson ES-175. See pictures of the guitars and from their booth on the show below the video.