Sadly, the guitar no longer exists—snapped neck—but his love for Les Pauls is still there.He uses this natural Gibson Les Paul on most of the band’s early work like “Down” and “Homebrew.” All of his guitars take Ernie Ball Slinky .011–.048 strings.Hexum’s evolutionary admiration of Gibsons has continued and he eventually took a liking to Semi-hollows like this modern ES-335 that has been upgraded with a Bigsby tailpiece (with Vibramate String Spoiler) and dog-ear P-90s because he likes the added bite provided by those pickups.
La mayoría de las veces un determinado año, país, o hasta la planta de montaje determinan su valor y orientan al luthier sobre materiales, técnicas y acabados de un instrumento en concreto. Aquí puedes encontrar algunos enlaces para conocer el lugar y fecha de nacimiento de tu guitarra o bajo.
Everything is powered by three Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus units.
The “party” board holds a Boogie Mark V switcher, a Digi Tech Whammy, an Electro-Harmonix 720 Stereo Looper, a Strymon Blue Sky, a Digi Tech Synth Wah, and a Boss PN-2 Tremolo/Pan.
During our last Rig Rundown with Mahoney he had two boards that totaled over 20 pedals, and since then he even talked to us about his five favorite oddball pedals, so you know the dude is a pedal junkie.
As you can see, he’s still rocking two stomp stations that are home to two dozen effects including a Boss FV-300L, a Dunlop MC404 CAE Wah, Skreddy Pedals Little Miss Sunshine, XTS Custom The Pusher, Way Huge Blue Hippo, Maxon AD-9 Analog Delay, Free the Tone FT-1Y Flight Time Digital Delay, Strymon El Capistan, XTS Precision Overdrive, Paul Cochrane Timmy Overdrive, two on/off boxes for his rack-mounted Lexicon PCM42 delays, Boss OC-2 Octave (Tim’s favorite pedal), Mu-Fx Micro-Tron III, and a TC Electronic Poly Tune 2 Noir round out the main board.