As well as running Reverend, I gig & travel quite a bit with my band, the Polka Floyd show. Yes, it's a Pink Floyd tribute polka band, and we have a blast. In the last year we've done festivals in 5 states and played at Winter NAMM 2012 in Anahiem. I get to play DG solos & use a ton of effects, fun stuff. I usually use a Jem to perform "Echoes" which is what brought me to you guys. It really works for the song. Trust me.
I got a bunch of pics this week taken over the last month or two.. Here's my two main gigging guitars:
Reverend Eastsider S (Pete Anderson Sig Model) - beat. Stock except for "Up" Route in body under the trem, I can pull up 2 whole steps on the G string.. with the locking tuners, graphite nut, Wilkinson Bridge & a good set up, I abuse the thing like a floyd. 0 tuning issues.
1964 Fender champ 6 string steel - I use it for "One of These Days", "Pillow of Winds", and some solos in "Echoes" & "The Great Gig in the Sky".
Pictured here in St. Louis at the Soulard Oktoberfest with my background singers...