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20 May 2011Leave a Comment

Back on stage for the Stone Temple Pilots show at the Warfield on November 1st, 2010. Two instrument techs take care of the Deleo brothers throughout their powerful, body pounding set of well crafted Rock & Roll. STP are one of the finest – and few – true Rock acts in the World. Our thanks to STP, JETSTREAM, management and staff for their hospitality, and for welcoming Guitar Continue reading »

Joe Walsh Amps
2 Feb 2011Leave a Comment

In our latest addition of “Stage Works”, we bring you photos from the latest Eagles tour. These were shot at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on September 2, 2010. With over a dozen guitar trunks you’ll see that the band’s four guitar techs have their hands quite full. Special thanks to The Eagles, Victor Rodriguez, and all the Eagles crew for letting Guitar Techworks come down for Continue reading »

2 Nov 2010Leave a Comment

The Black Crowes gear shots from HOB in Dallas on 9-26-2010. The Black Crowes always put on a great show, and if you didn’t see them in the past, grab a DVD and check it out… I had the privilege of working for Rich Robinson for 6 years as his tech which gave me the ability to see the world, work with great people and great guitars.  It Continue reading »

59 Burst
24 Oct 2010Leave a Comment

Here are a few photos from the AGS 2010.  A lot of traffic, but not as much on Sat due to the baseball game. Everyone expected bigger numbers on Sunday, and got them.  We have seen a lot of cool guitars, a lot of new builders and met some really cool people.  Our neighbor, had a 1960 Les Paul Burst that we have a sound clips and videos of. Continue reading »

Greg Howard, Green Day Stage Right
28 Aug 2010One Comment

Here are a few photos from the Green Day show in Dallas, TX on August 27, 2010. Greg Howard, a good friend and very busy man, has been with Green Day for a long time!  I got to inspect the backstage area and take a few pictures of the setup. When Greg isn’t moving gear or riding motorcycles, he is working at his business, 3 Monkeys Amplification.  Check Continue reading »