As I am a big fan of the T's, I have documented a great
deal about them, over the last 5 or 6 years but this
feature is different, this one has a lot of input from
Chip Todd, who very kindly agreed to help me with
Before the T Series, guitars were made in a more
traditional way - it was Peavey who pioneered the
use if duplicating machines, the sort of thing to make
thousands of gun stocks all the same and was also the
first company to make guitars with the new CNC
technology - along with several other firsts, which
Chip goes into a lot of detail about.
This was a guitar that was proudly Made in the USA
and both guitar and bass are truly great instruments
but seem to have been passed over for more
"fashionable" instruments, over the years but are now
finding many fans, who either fancy something a little
different, both in looks and performance or who no
longer wish to follow the herd.
I have found what he has said to be very interesting
and there is plenty more to come.
Being in a Blog format, the story goes backwards,
so click here and then scroll down to October 16th
- read that one, then scroll up to the next, until
you get to the latest entry. http://flatericbassandguitar.blogspot.co.uk/
I you have any questions, drop them on here and I
will add them to the list for Chip.