Holy cow! What a great thing to have friends. GtrWrks is very thankful to and for each and every customer. I so appreciate each of you sharing your Tone stories with me. It’s always great to chat and great to hear about other cat’s music and the tools they make it with. Thanks! (and keep them coming!)
I stay very busy – so much so that I seldom have time to interact with the GtrWrks Facebook page or to keep the website updated as I should. I want each of you to know – I’m not ignoring it, I’m just usually buried in work. Often my performance schedule takes a heavy toll on building pedals. There are two new pedals that GtrWrks would like to be offering right now – but time hasn’t allowed them to see the light of day. (or even the work bench) But – I’m trying to get better at everything.
*** Recently Premier Guitar magazine reviewed the 19 Sixty 3 Preamp – and it appears they liked it!
Dig now: 19 Sixty 3 Preamp Review
If you’re not hip to Premier Guitar magazine, get yo’self that way. I’ve been a reader and big fan for years now – what a thrill to see our name in their pages!
Also… We’ve recently welcomed a few new members into the GtrWrks Tone Family. Please check out these fine shops – along with GtrWrks pedals, they carry a bountiful cornucopia of great tone machines.
Tone Blue remains our Flagship dealer in Japan. (Since 2008!) GtrWrks is very grateful for the friendship of Mr. Yoshi Mizui of Tone Blue and also for our Tone Blue affiliated dealers of GtrWrks pedals in Japan. Domo arigatou gozaimasu! ** I was a fan of Tone Blue for a number of years before they contacted me about our 19 Sixty 3 Preamp. They carry the hippest gear for the discriminating seeker of quality tone.
Now this next mention is important to me – these are all brick and mortar shops – physical locations that you can go to and hang out in. When I was younger, virtually the only place you could get info on other players, new stuff, etc, was the local guitar shop. The internet is a truly wonderful thing – without it, I’d likely never have met any of you. That said, I dig the fact that my pedals are being sold by cats whose shop you can hang out in and swap stories with others, play a guitar, drool over hip gear. Music is an aural thing, but for us makers of music, it is a very physical thing as well.
Thanks again to each you.