Legal Tender and Diamond Lane guitarist Frankie Lindia recently posted a sick video where he pulls out not only a Charvel So-Cal, but also a San Dimas for an impromptu jam.
On April 25-26, Charvel will be at the Welcome to Rockville Festival in Jacksonville, Fla., as part of Crazy Dave’s Music Experience, celebrating some of the best and brightest musicians in hard rock and metal.
This free interactive exhibit features the guitars, basses, amps, drums, keyboards and electronic equipment that artists around the world use, giving fans the opportunity to get a closer look and feel of the gear. And several artists will stop by to sign autographs, including Charvel’s own Mike Martin from All That Remains, who will be available on Sunday, April 26 at 4 p.m.
Paul Riario of Guitar World recently pulled out a Charvel Pro-Mod So-Cal Style 1 HH to demo the Seymour Duncan 805 Overdrive pedal.
“The variety of overdrive and distortion pedals on the market these days is truly staggering,” Riario noted. “The vast majority is basically good at one or two applications, such as clean boost, blues overdrive, hard rock rhythm crunch, or metal distortion, but pedals that can do all of this (and do it very well) are very rare indeed.”
How did the pedal fare? And how did that So-Cal sound when run through it? Find out in the video after the jump.