Who better to demonstrate an amp that is designed to respond to touch, dynamics and nuance. Eric Johnson plays a vintage Les Paul plugged straight into the JOAT 20RT and our Model A 2 x 12″ Cabinet at Songbirds.
Here’s a clip from The Baked Potato in Los Angeles. What a pleasure to play my old stomping ground with these two studs; Stephen Ferrone on drums and David Santos on bass. Stephen and I worked together with Christine McVie in 1983/84. David and I play together whenever we can. Both these guys have major pedigrees – google em and see! Covering an instrumental version of “Can’t Find My Way Home”.
Gear: I’m playing the JOAT 20RT through my Model A 2×12″ open back cabinet loaded with Celestion Blues. This is my stock (parts) Stratocaster and I am using a Blackstone Appliances Boost pedal to add just a touch of grit. The reverb is the JOAT amp reverb.
Guthrie Trapp in the shop-playing the JOAT 20W 1 x 12 Combo with the Eminence GA-SC64 speaker. Guthrie is playing a Charles Whitfill Tele through a Digitech Polara reverb pedal.