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Tom Anderson Guitarworks Classic with a Tobacco burst Electric Guitar features a double cutaway, Alder body and Hard Rock Maple tinted neck and boasts a killer vintage sound. This dream guitar also fe...
Tom Anderson Guitarworks Classic with a Tobacco burst Electric Guitar features a double cutaway, Alder body and Hard Rock Maple tinted neck and boasts a killer vintage sound. This dream guitar also features SC2 and SC3 White pickups. Many people commented in the first Anderson video that there weren't any clean tones, so we put this quick video together to appease the masses and let you listen to want you want to hear! Watch our other demo of this exact Anderson Classic Electric Guitar to hear some distorted tones with an Olympia Fuzz box. Call SoundPure for any questions you have about this guitar or any other gear we carry. 919.682.5552. or 888.528.9703.
The Classic, vintage sounding, double cutaway from Anderson has an Alder body (also available in Swamp Ash) and a Hard Rock Maple tinted neck. This truly unique, dream guitar features a gorgeous tob...
The Classic, vintage sounding, double cutaway from Anderson has an Alder body (also available in Swamp Ash) and a Hard Rock Maple tinted neck. This truly unique, dream guitar features a gorgeous tobacco burst, SC2 and SC3 White pickups. This video also features the 65 Amps Empire head and 2x12 extension cabinet, and VOVOX cables. To learn more about this kick-ass guitar and the story behind it, call SoundPure today - 919.682.5552 or 888.528.9703.
The Royer 101 Ribbon Microphone is a great, affordable ribbon mic for live as well as studio applications. Jason Richmond, SoundPure Studios Head Engineer, demonstrates how to how he records electric ...
The Royer 101 Ribbon Microphone is a great, affordable ribbon mic for live as well as studio applications. Jason Richmond, SoundPure Studios Head Engineer, demonstrates how to how he records electric guitars using a ribbon mic like the Royer R-101 or the Royer 121 with a dynamic mic like the Heil PR40 or a standard Shure SM57. This technique works wonderfully for a variety of playing styles - rock, jazz, clean, distorted, you name it. Jason also discusses the benefits and drawbacks from using this technique. Thanks to Eddie Berman and Scott Sawyer for their fantastic playing. Call Sound Pure today with any questions regarding the gear or techniques in any of our videos. 919.682.5552. or 888.528.9703.
SoundPure's Eddie Berman teaches an approach to playing over dominant chord in the key of A minor/C major. Using a Tom Anderson Classic Tobacco Burst guitar linked to an Oldfield Custom Head and 1x12 ...
SoundPure's Eddie Berman teaches an approach to playing over dominant chord in the key of A minor/C major. Using a Tom Anderson Classic Tobacco Burst guitar linked to an Oldfield Custom Head and 1x12 Cab by a Vovox Sonorus Instrument Cable, Eddie demonstrates how adding a B-flat to the A minor/C major pentatonic scale expands the player's sonic possibilities. Everywhere from smooth jazzy sounds to twangy country blues, this lesson will help bring your playing to life. If you want to learn more about the gear used in this lesson, or if you have any questions concerning the techniques used, don't hesitate to call our expert guitar department here at Sound Pure Studios. 919.682.5552. or 888.528.9703.
Taking the strat formula to the next level! the tighter body and thinner neck help you cruise around this guitar with ease. All the bell-like tone you would expect from a classic "S" style guitar with the added pleasures of comfort, improved playability and a flawless build that really takes talent to get right.
Anderson has it going on. This burst Classic has it going on. You'll want to put it in your hands to find out why we highly recommend this guitar
took us to an undisclosed, mysterious location high in the Andes (short for Anderson, I think) mountains where the monks are said to gig—and gig with passion. They will know the answer.
We asked the question again:
Is The Classic the most profound, best playing
and best sounding vintage double-cut-away
electric guitar on Earth?
Silence followed...only the sound of a songbird could be heard in the background...and then the answer came forth with a resounding:
.And silence again.
Clearly undisputed, "Yes!" was their answer.
We asked for more detail, please, and got the whole story:
When something remains as an unrealized dream for long enough it becomes a fantasy. A fantasy is the belief that there is no such thing in the real world. This is a mindset that surrounds the legend of the "vintage guitar." That it is unobtainable. That you cannot have a vintage instrument that will play like lightning, sing like angels and be reasonably priced.
But when we look deeply, we see that this is a mistaken perception and once perception is corrected, bliss returns. Bliss is restored to the musical world in the form of: The Classic.
The Classic is the vintage guitar of your wildest dreams—and beyond—the one you always knew should exist but you were unable to touch in physical form...until now.
For a pure vintage vibe, an Alder or Swamp Ash body is hand-selected and kiln dried to perfection.
For those players who love this style of guitar but want to step out in a more modern vain, we assist you in concentrating your tonal foundation with body wood of:
One of the primary assets that makes a dream guitar a dream guitar is the way the neck feels as you wrap around it. The Classic facilitates its now-legendary, effortless, buttered-lightning playability in a variety of woods and many sizes—so it is a fit of perfection for you.
Anderson Guitarworks entire pickup line has been conscientiously and meticulously transformed to corroborate a more soulful experience than ever before. All Anderson pickup models are ready and waiting for application into The Classic so you can outfit yours to handle your favorite tunes—and more.
All of our impressively versatile and simple-as-pie (your favorite flavor, of course) -to-operate switching systems are available for The Classic.
As we stood atop the plateau and gazed out over the Andes region, I playfully called out:
The natural response came back:
Bouncing off the walls of the surrounding structures
That was fun so I called out again, but accidently misspoke the word "hello," I said:
And the answer reverberated back:
Anderson Hollow Classic
Hollow Classic Anderson
That's a little weird. Isn't this just an echo? I turned to our "gigging monk" and with a great sense of harmony he elaborated:
As with all hollow Anderson Guitars, Hollow Classic utilizes visually undetectable, sealed chambers—so there is no outwardly discernible difference when visually scrutinizing The Classic in contrast to a Hollow Classic, and no feedback issues—all is well behaved under all applications—very thoughtful.
Hollowing creates a slightly different effect with each Anderson guitar model to which it is applied, as the outside shape and and body wood coincide to create tonal distinction.
Sonically, opting for Hollow Classic opens "S" characteristics in an expanded way—softer attack with extreme "S-style guitar" demeanor—most percussive, plucky, cushy, laidback and quacky "S" ever!
Why choose hollow?: Perhaps the most obvious reason to strap into a Hollow Classic, as your main classic axe, is weight reduction. The Classic (solid body), with its svelte solid-body, is not a heavy guitar—in fact it is on the lighter side of vintage instruments, and very nice to hold. But If an extremely lightweight, beautiful playing instrument with delicate "S" tones is your requirement, Hollow Classic is your new best friend.
Body woods facilitating Hollow Classic's sonic suppleness:
Neck: Hard Rock Maple, tinted, 1 5/8 in nut
Frets: Medium, Even Taper
Tuners: Locking, Buzz Feiten Tuning System
Bridge: Chrome Vintage Tremolo
Pickups: SC2, SC2, SC3 White
Switching: Five-Way, Push/Pull Add Bridge