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The Best of's "Show Us Your Gear" 2010

The Best of's "Show Us Your Gear" 2010

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Polk Street Studios, Teel Merrick
Teel Merrick is the owner of Polk Street Studios in Amarillo, Texas. He says, “I have been an avid reader of Premier Guitar for three years now. A good portion of my guitar gear in this studio was bought because of reviews and articles I read in your magazine. This space was opened to provide a vibey space for local players to come and hang out and record. My band from church and I use the space for rehearsal as well.”

Basement Haven, Jason Lisle
“My practice room in my basement is where I spend most of my time. Currently out are my 2001 Taylor 314ce, 2006 Eric Johnson Strat, and a 1968 Gibson EB-0 bass. The amps shown are a Budda Superdrive 30 II with a Budda 2x12 cab, Vox Night Train with an Avatar 1x12 cab, Vox AD-30VT, SWR Workingmans 2x10c, Silvertone 1472, and an Earth Sound Research Concertmaster with a Carvin 2x10 cab. Also shown is my current Pedaltrain board configuration with a Visual Sound Jekyll & Hyde, Keeley Blues Driver, MXR Dyna Comp, Voodoo Lab Micro Vibe, Vox V847, E.H. Deluxe Electric Mistress, Loop-Master A/B box, MXR Carbon Copy, Boss CH-1, and finally a Korg Pitchblack.”

Jerry-Rigged Rig, Dave Gonsalves
“When my amp died off, I recalled seeing an input jack on my old Kimball Organ. Yep, sure enough—it worked! So, as odd as it may seem, this is my current rig: MJ Guitar Engineering Roadster Jr., DigiTech RP255, and Kimball EP12.”

Dad’s Garage, Daniel Kerwood
Daniel Kerwood, a 14-year-old axe slinger from Texas, says, “My rehearsal space is my dad’s garage. He gave it up so my band could practice for our gigs, and to get my Marshall Plexi [reissue, not pictured] out of the house. My main pursuit is the electric guitar, but I also play the acoustic and classical guitars, the piano, and the cello in my high school orchestra.”
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