Category Archives: Acoustic Guitar

Tony Furtado

From his teenage years until the present, guitarist amd banjo player Tony Furtado has wandered through genres and styles, never growing static and always evolving musically. He has toured tirelessly for over two decades and has garnered a great deal of respect from his peers, and has opened for and toured with acts such as Greg Allman, Susan Tedeschi, Taj Mahal, Leftover Salmon, Eric Johnson and he has shared the stage with the likes of Sonny Landreth, Keith Richards, David Lindley, Derek Trucks, Norah Jones, among many others. His music has taken him all over the country and into the hearts of many a music lover. Whether he’s playing with a band, or recording as a solo artist, his playing and considerable skills as a multi-instrumentalist and his strong songwriting prowess have led to him to be embraced on record and on stage.

 

www.tonyfurtado.com

Audio Samples and Photos

Acoustic Guitar – MA-201fet

Acoustic Guitar – MA-201fet and two MA-100 omni capsule

Banjo – MA-201fet

Banjo –  Two MA-201fet

Acoustic Guitar through Blackface Bassman with a 4 x 12 cabinet

 

The Spinto Band

The Spinto Band was formed in 1996, spearheaded by Nick Krill, who was inspired to form the band when he came across some song lyrics written by his late grandfather, Roy Spinto.

Audio Sample:

Greetings from the Spinto Band
“We Spinto Band guys are tracking our next LP right now, and I thought you might like to know that we just did a vocal mic shootout and the MA-200 beat an expensive c-12 copy and another $3000 tube mic. Hats off to you guys!

We just did a vocal mic shootout and the MA-200 beat an expensive c-12 copy and another $3000 tube mic.

“Throughout the recording process on our album “Moonwink”, which we co-producer with Dave Trumfio and was mixed by Tchad Blake, we used a Mojave MA 200 microphone, and were impressed by the tone we were able to achieve. Many different instruments were beautifully captured by the MA 200, including drums, acoustic guitars and pianos.”

-Nick Krill