Joe Robinson's Gear
Gretsch G6122-1962 Chet Atkins Country Gentleman with
Tru-Arc bridge, Fender Custom Shop ’60s Strat with Brierley pickups,
’60s Gibson ES-335 (borrowed from producer Frank Rogers), Maton
808TE acoustic, Maton Custom Shop acoustic.
Laboga Alligator 30, AER Compact 60, Dr. Z Carmen Ghia.
Eventide TimeFactor, Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory
Man, T-Rex Tremster, T-Rex Octavius, Ibanez TS808 Tube Screamer,
Peterson StroboStomp2 tuner/DI , T-Rex Room-Mate, T-Rex Alberta,
Voodoo Lab Sparkle Drive, Radial Tonebone, Jim Dunlop Cry Baby
Strings, Picks, and Accessories:
Elixir 80/20 bronze .012 set with
a .016 or .018 1st string, Elixir Nanoweb electric .011 set with .012 or
.014 1st string (Gretsch Country Gentleman), Elixir Nanoweb electric
.010 set with .012 1st string (Fender Strat and Tele), Wegen flatpicks.
To appreciate Joe Robinson’s fretboard wizardry, you need
to see him perform. These videos illustrate his awesome
command of both acoustic and electric 6-string.
Wielding his Gretsch in a rocking
trio, Robinson performs one of
his originals at The Basement,
an intimate Nashville club.
Tearing up his Tele, Robinson
pays tribute to Jeff Beck with
an original instrumental.
Robinson displays his fingerstyle
chops in this solo acoustic
instrumental. Dig the Lenny
Robinson plays a solo acoustic
piece from Time Jumpin’—his 2009
US debut— onstage in Germany.