Danny Elswick, I do all of the recording and music sequencing for our live performances
and albums. Most of these songs were created using Sonar,
Cool Edit and Band-in-a-Box w/RealDrums.
I'm also the author of this website. I set aside this space to let you know a little bit about myself and to link you some of my favorite places.
Here is some of the gear that I use during recording and my performances.
Casio MG-510 MIDI Guitar
'69 Fender Thinline Telecaster
James Burton Signature Tele
"JD" Jerry Donahue Signature Tele
'68 Fender Jazz Bass
Fender FB-59 Banjo
Line 6 Variax Acoustic 700
Epiphone AJ15 VSB Acoustic
Fender Blues Jr. amplifier
'65 Fender Princeton Reverb (not re-issue)
'70 Fender Super Reverb (for sale)
Roland SC-55 Sound Canvas
Rolls Midi Wizard
Zoom GFX-8 - The best multi-effects board in the world!!
Boss VF-1 Multiple Effects Processor
Boss SD-2 Dual Overdrive
Boss RC-2 Loop Station
George L's Cables
some of the items I have for sale
Most are music related, some are not.
Just a little background on myself. As you can see, I was a cute kid. And as long as I can remember I've played the guitar. I guess I owe a lot to my parents, who both played and sang together in church all the time I was growing up. I remember sitting on my Dad's knee, while we both played the same guitar, at the same time. Mom had a book full of songs that she wrote. She recorded two of her songs on 45's way back. Jesus Has Never Changed and Then I Met The Savior.
lost in my life is when my Dad died on March 30, 1993.
About a year before he left us, I gave him a micro-cassette recorder. On it, he would record jokes that he had heard, church meetings and stories of when he was a boy growing up in Virginia. In the middle of the tape is a poem. To be continued...