Here is the T-Rodeo, the hot-rod Telecaster! Historically this is the #3 Telecaster in the arsenal, another one built from scratch with Warmoth parts as done with Telecaster #002. It’s a stripped-down but sonically high-powered and highly customized (« hot-rod« / »bobber« ) Telecaster. This « Rodeocaster » is a combination Lire la suite . . .
Historically this guitar is the second Telecaster in the closet (rather an Esquire which is the one-pickup version of the Telecaster) but also the first one built from scratch. Indeed this guitar was assembled in early 2009 from parts purchased from Warmoth, a supplier of Lire la suite . . .
This Gretsch 6120® (s/n: JT05052758) was purchased with its cows and cactus inlays in 2005 and it is still one of the Dusty Rodeo favorites on stage. You can hear it on the « White Trash Blues » album tracks. Like all the Rodeo guitars, this Lire la suite . . .
The Squier Telecaster® is the first electric guitar purchased in the Rodeo closet. This one was bought second-hand in early 1995 and the first gigs were performed with it/her. This is a reissue of the first Telecaster guitars produced in the early fifties featuring a Lire la suite . . .
This guitar is the roadhorse when there is no power at hand. This pure acoustic six-shooter (no electronics at all) is a replica of the famous Gibson J-200 made by GEWA, a German company. It was bought in 2005 in Germany and has been played Lire la suite . . .