The revitalized Mosrite Mark XII model featured here has a two-tone sunburst finish on an alder body, boasting the “German carve” perfected by Mosrite founder Semie Moseley.
The reality TV show craze about hoarding and people’s life-sheltering obsession with stuff has overflowed into America’s consciousness the past year. While the people shown in these programs generally have a tragic or trigger event that sparks the desire to keep anything and everything—health and safety be damned—musicians usually don’t need such an incident. Since you read PG, you probably suffer from some form of G.A.S. It’s not a bad thing—just as long as you acknowledge it. Broken tubes, disassembled guitars, and scattered equipment is just part of our gearhead syndrome. But sometimes, having that extra piece of gear lying around foreshadows a future acquisition, and for Terence Murphy, it was an unknown guitar case.$0 $0