I saw you in Charlottesville last week. I have a T60, aT25 and a T27. I used to have a T26 (strat type pickups). I love them. Good luck with yours.
Hey Dave! Glad to meet someone else in the Peavey club. I picked mine up off the wall in a guitar store in NYC before I had looked to see what kind of guitar it was. After playing it for a few minutes and being really blown away, I almost fell over when I saw that it was a Peavey. I probably wouldn't have picked it up if I'd seen that in the first place (ha!). But yeah, I'm really, really loving it. Definitely one of the most under-appreciated guitars I've come across. Cheers! -Sasha
Is that a Peavey T60 guitar?Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds responded on 09/15/2014 Next question
Hi Arleigh, I've seen you guys perform about a half dozen times now in N.Y. & CT, and I like your style. I'm in my late 50's, and I've seen ALOT of artists over the last 40 years, even big names like AC DC, and AEROSMITH, when they were playing tiny clubs like you are now. But that's the fun of checking out new talent, you try to predict who's going to blow up! Anyway, I like all genres of music, but I'm partial to bluesy rock. You guys fit the bill, but honestly I'm stumped how you manage to play everywhere; punk clubs, dead shows, country fests, etc. My experience tells me you should concentrate in one area only, and maximize your potential. Your schtick works for you Arleigh, the wide eyes, hair flip, and pumps, but most important, you can sing. Your brother is the bomb on the harp, and you have a horn section to die for. Lastly, despite what you're hearing, DUMP the ROCK & ROLL ZEP song. It doesn't work for you. Play SINCE IV'E BEEN LOVING YOU, or ACHILLES LAST STAND. That's you !!Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds responded on 09/20/2014