I remember when these gleaming silver beauties were first being imported to the States in the late ‘60’s and through the 70’s. The reason I remember, is that even at a young age, I was into reproducing recorded music to the best of my ability (and my allowance). The thing was I could never afford them! Continue reading Audiophiles Take Notice
This ’98 Korean made Epi has made it to the front of the class as of late. One wonders why Gibson would call such attention to their low cost Epiphone labeled jazz boxes and not expect to raise controversy with such cost discrepancy between the two brands.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane…..it’s a harp mic? Wild looking , art deco RCA public address mic (clean up in aisle three please). Our resident harp wizard JR owns this beauty and we are trying to see if, when and how it may channel “Little Walter” on his next recording! Hey man, it could happen.
(and everyone else as well)
I know, I know, but before you tell me how old these machines are, hear me out! 24 bit A/D, D/A converters, Sony’s well-received Super Bit Mapping filter, on board digital EQ and limiter, along with a bunch of other CD burning goodies like CD-text, track marking, along with fades in and out. Remember, this was years before Alesis’s Masterlink CD burner. Continue reading Studio analog staple, Sony CDR-W33
Recent set up. 1994 Heritage 575. A real Gibson? Interesting guitar. Solid maple front and back as opposed to laminates. A different beast than the ES-175 but a good different. Continue reading 1994 Heritage 575