Sure! I said, why not?
Why not indeed!
Now I've got 3 amps and a large bag full of pedals and I'm starting to wonder why I agreed to this. LOL
Hence, an Idea was born!
I don't know if this is already "a thing", but I'm using the term, "project gear", as a description of gear that doesn't work and becomes a day's project.
Most people who know me know that I'm a gear head, but not so much a tech head. I dabble. I fix stuff that seems obvious, I can test cables and measure voltages, I can wield a soldering iron just like the best of them (not really),
The problem is, if I have time off, I generally would prefer to be writing or playing, not fixing gear.
Today is Columbus day. I spent it doing the the dregs of business ownership, monthly reports, invoices, and you know,.. the boring stuff.
And I thought. "Self,.. When are you ever going to find time to look at this newfound treasure? I need some kind of motivation,.."
And a voice spoke...
"Let there be a blog and let it be called "Project gear"!
So say we all!
So, I introduce you to my new blog called Project gear.
I will upload a picture of one of these little treasures, list the problem, and take pictures of my progress. If you are familiar with the treasure in question, feel free to give suggestions to try.
It'll be a fun little exercise at the very least, and it'll give me the motivation to actually fix this stuff instead of allowing it to suffer needlessly in gear purgatory.
If this becomes a thing,. maybe I'll dedicate a full page to it here,. if not,.. I guess only the cool folks will know about it,. LOL
Just for you, here are some pics!