Play that Anthem, Scott!

Check out our friend, Scott Allan Mathews, burning it up on his Anthem equipped Yamaha in this video.  In past years Steve here at GTS had installed the older Dual Source system for Scott.  After Steve installed an Anthem for him, Scott came back and had the Anthem installed in all of his acoustics! 

From L.R. Baggs:

The Award-winning Anthem series, featuring our patent-pending TRU•MIC technology, seamlessly combines a proprietary condenser microphone with our acclaimed Element pickup to deliver the warmth and fidelity of a studio-mic’d guitar anywhere you perform.

TRU•MIC TECHNOLOGY
At the heart of the Anthem is a revolutionary microphone engineered to capture a dynamic studio-mic’d sound for any live performance. The TRU•MIC mounts to the underside of the bridge plate and hovers just 3 mm above its surface to take advantage of the PZM or “boundary” effect. This proprietary mounting system, combined with noise cancellation, frees the mic to perform as if it were outside of the guitar in a studio and maintain remarkable feedback suppression for the stage. The result is a balanced frequency response with excellent clarity for the purest sound you have ever heard amplified. We have paired the Element pickup with the TRU•MIC to provide solidity and punch for low frequencies.

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GTS stocks the Anthem system as well as many other L.R. Baggs products, with 20 years experience in expert acoustic pickup installation.  Come by and see us!

Check out Scott's music at www.scottallanmathews.com

 

It's Twins!

Lately something odd has been happening at the shop.  Twins.  The phenomenon of having at least two instruments in the shop from different owners that are very similar.  

 Couple a' lookers:  Gibson J-45's

Couple a' lookers:  Gibson J-45's

 Brothers from another mother:  Fender P-Bass, young and old

Brothers from another mother:  Fender P-Bass, young and old

 "You guys are tall."

"You guys are tall."

 Freaky Space Sisters: Electra MPC Bass

Freaky Space Sisters: Electra MPC Bass

 Pretty dang rare to have two in the shop!

Pretty dang rare to have two in the shop!

 MPC stands for Modular Powered Circuits.  You plug cartridges in the back for two separate on-board effects!

MPC stands for Modular Powered Circuits.  You plug cartridges in the back for two separate on-board effects!

 Conjoined twins: Gibson double neck console steel

Conjoined twins: Gibson double neck console steel

 "Take 'em back to Tulsa!"

"Take 'em back to Tulsa!"