Michael's brilliant take on the Classic S design!
This Tuttle Standard Classic Standard S features a three tone sunburst, Alder body, Maple neck, as well as Dimarzio Area bridge, middle, and neck and pickups. This strat style electric guitar has an i...
This Tuttle Standard Classic Standard S features a three tone sunburst, Alder body, Maple neck, as well as Dimarzio Area bridge, middle, and neck and pickups. This strat style electric guitar has an incredibly smooth feel that allows you to glide effortlessly over the frets. The tone is full and resonant. Thanks to Sound Pure's Eddie Berman for his great playing in this demo. If you have any questions about this guitar from luthier Michael Tuttle, any other gear in the video, or any questions about tips, tricks, and techniques, please give us a call today at 919.682.5552. or 888.528.9703. Recording Chain - Heil PR30 + Royer 121 - True Systems P8 - Lynx Aurora AD Converter
The new Klon KTR is directly compared with a Klon Centaur Silver Edition in this drive pedal demo video. Much has been said about the Klon Centaur, many have thrown their respective "two-cents" in abo...
The new Klon KTR is directly compared with a Klon Centaur Silver Edition in this drive pedal demo video. Much has been said about the Klon Centaur, many have thrown their respective "two-cents" in about this contentious, but undeniably legendary guitar pedal. These days, the only place to find the mythical item is on auction sites, for what some would refer to as, a lot of money for "just a guitar pedal". Without entering into the ongoing debate on the pedal's quality or price, we prefer to just tell you about what Klon is doing nowadays. Klon released their newest pedal, the KTR Overdrive, earlier this year and they are already in limited supply across the country, and waiting lists are filling up as we speak. One of the main differences in the newest addition to the Klon line is the price, with the KTR selling for almost a third of the price that the originals are now fetching on eBay and similar communities. But, the KTR also offers a switch to change the pedal from Buffered Output Mode to True Bypass Mode, whereas the older versions of the Centaur only offered Buffered Output. In many other respects these pedals share a lot of similarities, they both still offer that classic Klon manipulation of gain without sacrificing the natural tone of the guitar, but we will let your ears be the judge! If you have any questions about the much talked about Klon Pedals compared, or any other gear used in the video, call SoundPure today, and we would be happy to help 919-682-5552! Gear Used: Tuttle Standard Classic S 3-Tone SB Electric Guitar, Vovox Cables, Klon Centaur Silver Overdrive Pedals, Klon KTR Overdrive Pedal, Nolatone Rotten Johnny Amp, Royer 121 Mics, True Systems P8 Preamp, Lynx Aurora AD Converter
Excerpt of an episode from Tim Pierce's masterclass on layering guitar parts and the thought process that goes with trying to make a song sound big and full. The solo features his Mike Tuttle S-s...
Excerpt of an episode from Tim Pierce's masterclass on layering guitar parts and the thought process that goes with trying to make a song sound big and full. The solo features his Mike Tuttle S-style.
This is simply one of the smoothest feeling strat-style guitars you will ever get your hands on. Michael Tuttle, known for his exceptional fretwork, more than lives up to his reputation in this case. His skill and craftsmanship allow the player's hand to glide around effortlessly throughout the entire range of the instrument, and it makes this particular guitar very hard to put down. The woods are lightweight and very resonant, and the guitar seems to have that liveliness and spank that comes from the perfect assemblage of tonewoods, electronics, and hardware. Add a gracefully applied special proprietary "thin skin" poly,3-tone burst (I could not hear the difference fron Michael's normal lacquer finish) and a gorgeous maple neck and you have a guitar that looks as great as it feels!
Body - Alder
Neck - Maple
Neck Back Shape - .830-C
Nut - Bone
Frets - 6150 Nickel
Bridge - 6 Screw Vintage
Nut Width - 1.650
Hardware - Nickel
Gears - Hipshot Locking
Pickguard - 3-Ply Parchment
Electronics - V-T-T
Input Jack - Top
Knobs - Aged
Neck Pickup - Dimarzio Area
Middle Pickup - Dimarzio Area
Bridge Pickup - Dimarzio Area
Finish - Special "Thin Skin" proprietary poly gloss 3TSB
Case - G&G
String Gauge - 10/46