I love Stevie Ray Vaughan.
His playing style.
His singing voice.
The instruments and effects and amps he used has affected my instrument choices (along with a million other blues and rock players) down to this day.
His battered-Strat-and-black-bolero-cowboy-gypsy image—too...
Where does it come from? I feel like Fender SRs are held in much higher esteem than many other BF/SF amps, and as such they sell for much more $$$. Is this amp so desired mostly because of the Stevie Ray Vaughan hype?
Just discovered this. Thought some might be interested.
Seems to be related somehow to the Texas Blues Alley channel (which I now vaguely remember looking at in the past).
I found it following this sidebar suggestion.
An interesting new SRV book has come out - Texas Flood: The Inside Story of Stevie Ray Vaughan, by Alan Paul and Andy Aledort. Jimmie and Double Trouble contributed introductions, etc. Lots of info about recording and gear is included. (He brought 32 amps to the sessions for In Step!) I...
Hey guys, did this piece a couple months ago with a heavy focus on SRV's amps... i know his gear has been beaten to death, but i wanted to put it all together in a concise article...
Hey everyone, recently started a blog focusing on amp histories and origins, with some musician profiles as well...
A Joke Named "Boogie": Early Years of Mesa http://voodooguitar.blogspot.com/2016/10/a-joke-named-boogie-early-years-of-mesa.html
American Muscle: the Ampeg SVT...