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The Haunted Echoes – New project

I’ve started a new side project called “The Haunted Echoes”. Me and a singer from NYC will record four songs for a debut EP called “Crooked Crimson”. While writing the songs, I wanted to release a short audio snippet to give you a little taste of “The Haunted Echoes”. Follow us on Facebook the get the lastet news and noises.

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Kauer Titan KR2

I am honored to get one of the first twenty brand new Titan KR2 by Kauer Guitars. Nebula Black finish loaded with TV Jones Powertron Plus and Seymour Duncan P90, Bigsby and a Kill-Switch.

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TV Jones Powertron PU

Bigsby

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Kill My Pain (Audio Snippet)

Working on “Kill My Pain” from the upcoming album “Vertigo”. Here a little snippet from the intro solo part. Main solo on this song is played by our friend Dave Todd from Cincinnati.

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Kauer Banshee “Lord Vader” has landed

When I received my Titan KR-1 in summer 2017 I decided to order a Kauer Banshee in sunny California. I never played a Banshee before but I knew that Doug Kauer wouldn’t disappoint me. The bearded wizard builds  the finest Rock’n’Roll machines. After a very, very long journey through America and Germany my Banshee made it to Switzerland. I felt immediately in love. Reduced to the max. A TV Jones Powertron Plus. a Bigsby, volume and tone control…doesn’t need more. Pitch black with some white highlights. Love it! You will hear “Lord Vader” on the next Kissing Lucifer album “Vertigo”. Check out Kauer Guitars for more information and if you order one say hi to Doug. He will treat you great and answer all your question and builds your dream guitar too.

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From the vaults…

This Epiphone SQ 180 (built 1991) was slumbering in my cellar since 14 years. Today I brought the guitar back to life. Some adjustments, new strings and a lot of cleaning.
Welcome back to the family!

 

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