Re: [Harp-L] Questions of a technical nature

The other day, I happened to be reading an April 1970 copy of Guitar Player and there was an add for A guitar. The picture was of a good looking young guy with shaved head and a small goatee & moustache. In the background was the Golden Gate bridge. At the bottom was the name Tim Moyer. Is that you?


On Jan 4, 2008, at 10:00 AM, Tim Moyer - Working Man's Harps wrote:

My first tube preamp was a kit from PAiA called the Tube Head. I bought it not because it was cheap or that I could build it myself, but because I was impressed by the design. It, too, incorporated the solid state and tube preamp sections with the blend control. This device is my workhorse, and I love it. I set up the two channels to be tonally different from each other and use an A/B switch to punch in and out of the different sounds. When I bought the VTB-1 I was looking for something that would do the same things, but that I wouldn't have to build! I haven't been disappointed. I've tried a couple of other tube preamps, mostly the inexpensive ART models, but I really prefer my Studio Projects.


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