Dino Dave talks Dinosaur Rock Guitar and all things Dino on the Polarizer Podcast

For anyone who ever wanted to hear Dino Dave ramble on for 2+ hours about DRG history and all things Dino, click the image below and check out the Polarizer Podcast!

HINT: You can speed up the playback to make it go faster. I just listened to it at 1.5x speed.

Xvive U2 Guitar Wireless System

2.4GHz Digital Guitar Transmitter & Receiver

My wireless dream is now a reality. Aside from just the general convenience and liberating feel of being wirelss, I find them particularly helpful in the studio while tracking guitar. The headphone cable no longer gets tangled with the guitar cable. (I should probably check to see if someone's making wireless studio quality headphones).

I have not tried them for gigging yet, but I will. And I'll still bring a normal cable as back-up.

Planet Waves Guitar Rest

Guitar Rest

Best $7.00 piece of guitar kit I've ever purchased! I personally wouldn't use this device at gigs where sound men and other musicians are milling about the stage, often in the dark, and I probably wouldn't even use it in rehearsals (YMMV), but for $7.00, it's a huge win in the recording studio if you're tracking at the desk. 

Boss Waza Air Wireless Headphone Amp System

Wireless Headphone Amp System

I fucking LOVE these things. They're worth every penny, and I'm condisering getting a pair for at the office. I've been using them to work out guitar parts and solos for my current music project. I just upload my band's tracks to the phone, and away I go. I have NOT tested whether the 5 hour continuous play claim is true (seems far-fetched), but even if it's half that, it's still worth it. And FWIW, I tend to practice in 1 hour chunks.

Possibly the most fun product since the Orange Tiny Terror.  I highly recommend. 

 

Ghost Rider, Travels on the Healing Road

Cast in this unlikely role, ill-equipped to act . . . one must put up barriers to keep oneself intact. 

DRG Mourns David (Left of Heaven) Beccia

Final thoughts from Al (A.J. Huckleberry)

I'd known Dave Beccia for the better part of three decades. Dave fought type 1 Diabetes. Cancer. He stepped back from music for a while. He came back strong. A band of mine opened for his band Left of Heaven. Forever ago. Dude hit a switch to turn on a fan during a solo. He was backlit, hair blowing. Classic.