The Pasquale Templar Model is the latest addition to our Metal Series Guitars and one look at the body design will show you why we are so excited about it. It absolutely SCREAMS Metal! The templates are done and the first of the series is in production.
The concept for this design began over a year ago when I began dialog with a Swedish Guitar Shredder named Peter Stenlund. Peter is the director of the Music Shuttle which is a Swedish version of The School of Rock. It is a private funded music school that is run through the Swedish Public School System.
There is nothing quite like a well-made cocktail. Whatever your beverage of choice is when it’s mixed with the right amount of flavors to complement its character it becomes even better.
The same can be said for great guitar woods.
There is a basic standard of choices when it comes to guitar wood selections. We tend to stick with the tried and true classics like Mahogany, Basswood, Swamp Ash etc. We know and trust these wood because after 50 years or so in the guitar industry we are well familiar with how they perform and how they affect tone.
After many years of promising to extend our product line into Electric Bass Guitars Pasquale Custom Guitars has finally begun our first prototypes of our Detonator Series Guitars of basses. Why did we call our Bass Model “The Detonator”? ...because when you turn the switch... here comes the BOOM!
I really wanted our Bass Models to be as unique as the rest of our Signature Models. I wanted to capture the essence of what makes the bass guitar a unique instrument. I wanted to capture all the tones and nuances of the bass frequencies that add of the overall musical presence of both live playing and recording environments.
It has been a crazy summer at Pasquale Custom Guitars. We have been swamped with activity since our appearance at Winter NAMM 2015 and have had little time for blogging. We have a lot of catching up to do.
We have seen Rockin’ For The Troops 2015 come and go and it was indeed another great show this year with Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band lighting up the stage with a great performance.