We've got a room at the Nashville Music & Gear Expo Nov. 13-15th

We'll be in Room 315 with a bunch of Zexcoil®  loaded guitars and at least one J Bass®. There will be tons of gear to check out, live music, seminars and jam sessions and don't forget to grab your free earplugs on the way in because there will be No Volume Limits!

 

  • When: Friday 11/13 6pm-12am, Sat. 11/14 12pm-12am, Sun. 11/15 12pm-12am
  • Where: Hotel Preston, 733 Briley Pkwy, Nashville, TN 37217
  • Directions below:

 

Scott will be at the LA Amp Show this weekend, Oct. 3-4th, 2015

Scott will be floating around with a few guitars loaded with Zexcoil pickups and we contributed a wired set (a Hybrid Convertible 5 set) to the prizes that will be given away. Come out for some entertainment, and hear, play and experience some great gear.

 

  • When: Saturday - Sunday, Oct. 3-4, 10am-6pm
  • Where: Airtel Plaza Hotel, 7277 Valjean Ave., Van Nuys, CA 91406
  • Directions:

 

Zexcoil NuMuBu Demo: Gear Expo Live

We did a new NuMuBu demo Wednesday, 10/22/14. Anthony Stauffer from Texas Blues Alley joined me in the shop to handle the demo duties. We've done these pretty informally so far, but for this one I added a little more structure. We introduced the basic product technology in a new video, and went through the different voicings and models discussing how they compare. We also demoed a few pickup sets through a few different amps, demonstrating the tonal variety in our line.

Tone Tuning Technology™

What is it? It's the basis for a lot of what we do. At its heart is a quantitative model that allows us to precisely identify and target tonal response. Using this model, we have studied the pickup design and tonal response space and arrived at a constantly expanding library of coil winding configurations and (most importantly) novel and exotic pole piece materials that enable us to predictably dial in tone just about wherever we want. Here's an example. This plot represents a stylized presentation of our tone space, but it does quantitatively capture the measures that define the tone and output of these pickups. Of course, there is a bit more going on than we can capture in this simplified two-dimensional framework, but hopefully this kind of approach will give our users the ability to navigate the space and make more rational tonal decisions. Look for lots more on this in the coming months.