Greer Amps have released the 390 Vintage OD/Preamp, and the new 2014 edition Ghetto Stomp. The 390 is based on the old school DOD 250, but with a number of improvements, to make it blend with your rig better, and sound awesome. The 2014 edition Ghetto Stomp is powder coated and screen printed, with a bit more treble and gain than the hand painted version. Both pedals are hand-wired by us, here in Athens, GA. Visit www.greeramps.com to get your tone on!
(Photo by Jason Charme ©2013)
Deren Ney is what I like to call a “guitarist’s guitarist.” A player who obviously has the chops, but plays what fits the song. The song comes first. That’s not to say he can’t rip…He can! If you have a chance to catch a Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers show, chances are you left there quite impressed with Deren’s playing. He weaves in and out of blues, country, soul, rock, roots and back around again. VTB was lucky enough to have a few minutes to talk with Deren between tour dates…
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