"14-year-old Daniel Kerwood got his dad to give up his garage so his band could practice for their gigs, and get his Marshall Plexi out of the house. Wait--Marshall Plexi? Yeah, this young guitarist (who also plays classical, piano, and cello) has quite the rig. ""I have a Mackie 1402-VLZ3 mixing board, and a ProTools interface and software on a Toshiba lap top for recording. My guitar gear includes a Gibson Les Paul, Epiphone Les Paul, Jackson Dinky, Fender Telecaster, Marshall Plexi 1987X head with a 4x12 vintage 1960 cabinet, Dr Z Air Brake, Mesa Lone Star Special, Fender Pro Junior tweed, Dunlop Wah, Keeley-modified Tube Screamer, Boss Metal Core ML-2, and a Way Huge Fat Sandwich on a BOSS BCB-60 pedal board."" says Kerwood. ""The rest of my practice space includes a Pearl five-piece drum set, a Yamaha 88-key piano with a Roland KC-150, a Takamine EG334RC acoustic/electric, a Takamine classical guitar, and a German-made cello from the 1950s."" Will your parents adopt us?"