Joe Bonamassa – What’s up with the two different sets of knobs?

Joe Bonamassa recently visited Nashville and while he was here our photographer got some great photos of him with a new Epiphone model that will be coming out very soon! And… while I was hanging with him I took full advantage of the situation and asked him to answer a question that inquiring guitarists want to know. What’s up with the two different sets of knobs? Well, according to Joe… it was something he came up with as a result of singing. It’s totally a feel thing… literally. By having two different sets of knobs on his guitar he can instantly tell where he’s at without having to back off the mic and look. Comes in handy for someone like Joe who manipulates much of his tone at the guitar. Now you know!


4 Responses to “Joe Bonamassa – What’s up with the two different sets of knobs?”

  1. 1 John Osborn
    June 27, 2010 at 3:23 pm

    check out Joe ” Live at the Royal Albert Hall” DVD. I saw this guy at Musicfest in Allentown, PA many years ago when he and the bandmates at the time were shlepping their own gear and again at Guitar Center, Hollywood. Joe is the real thing, a guitar mans guitar man ! and a heck of a nice guy to boot, I WANT AN EPI JOE BONAMASSA Les Paul !!

  2. July 13, 2010 at 11:26 am

    When is the release date for the epi?

  3. 3 Ben
    July 13, 2010 at 12:52 pm

    Will there be a choice in colours? When will this guitar be released in the uk and where can I order one from?

  4. July 14, 2010 at 8:35 am

    Look for these at Authorized Epiphone Dealers worldwide sometime during the 4th quarter.

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