Just a few things that have been going on since my last post on the Boss OC-3 Super Octave pedal. I got to use the pedal in a live setting since then and was really happy with it. I could not capture the subtle bass it added though my video camera, but I could certainly hear it in the room, which happened to be for a gig at the Ypsilanti Songwriting Festival. I have a little video from the performance of my new song "Andi."
I was using a Danelectro Fab D-5 chorus in that gig as well, and at $15 it's a steal!
I have also started a new website, MikeKasselMusic.com, which is hosted by Weebly.com which makes for some nice free sites, so if you are looking for a host you may want to check it out. I have my own domain, but you can get a free one with .weebly.com if you don't want to spend a dime while having a presence on the web.
On that site I also have a new blog, "Ukulele Player & Listener," which I am describing as the "Road & Track of Ukulele" and I have absolutely no idea what that means. I'll be using that to post videos that I find as opposed to longer articles, which I will save for here.
Working on a ton of stuff but my day-job keeps me to busy. I have a couple of videos I want to share from some of my Ukuleleunderground friends and I also have a review of Glen Rose's new book as well as a review of my new Accent clip-on tuner, which I absolutely love. I also have to get back with a couple of Ukulele artists who have already promised me interviews but who I have not had a chance to get back to - please forgive me.
Hopefully sooner than later,
Mike "Lamb Chop" Kassel