You can typically find me a church playing but I’ve also had the extreme pleasure of playing for Lindsay Rae Spurlock. If you haven’t, go here and here NOW! Kudos and thanks. 

Updated July 27th, 2007. You guys seem to enjoy checking this out so I figure it better be correct! I wasn’t anticipating updating it so soon but my wife and friends ROCK!

It’s always interesting to see what musicians are playing. Here’s what I use:


Gretsch and Fender Blues Jr.

Gretsch and Fender Blues Jr.


Ibanez Phaser, Boss Tremolo, Strobostomp, Boss-DD20, Tube Screamer, Barber, Ernie Ball Wah/Volume

  • Acoustic Guitar: LBenito Grand Auditorium – Alerce top, Rosewood back and sides
  • Electric Guitar: ’07 Gretsch Hollowbody – Tobacco Sunburst with Bigsby tail piece! More info and pics coming soon!
  • Strings: Currently on the Benito I’m using Ernie Ball Earthwoods. I had to ditch Elixers. They’re no good to me. On the Gretsch I’ve been using D’Addarios. 
  • Direct Box: Avalon U5
  • Vocal Mic: Shure SM58s
  • Oh and I LOVE those vintage Fender instrument cables!

When I have the extreme pleasure of playing electric I’m able to use Jim’s incredible:

  • Guitar: ’89 Fender Strat Plus
  • Modded Pickups: EMG SA-DG active pickups and roller nut upgrade/mod to stock
  • Amp: Fender Blues Jr. Relic
  • Effects chain: Wah – Barber – TubeScreamer – Boss DD20 Delay – Ibanez Chorus/Phaser – Boss Tremolo – amp
    However, with some new settings on the amp I honestly haven’t been using the distortion pedals. I’ve been cranking the Gain and monitoring the Master Volume and using the amp’s own tube distortion. It’s truly a great thing!
  • Toys: Purple energy stobing light bulb purchased from the Discovery Channel store right before they closed down 🙂 

Here’s gear/vendors that I recommend:

  • The Perfect Bass – For the best servic and seletion of boutique bass guitars and amps! You MUST check these guys out!
  • Fig Tree Music – An amazing guitar boutique in Lafayette, LA with a great selection and attitude of workmanship.
  • Stulce Amps – Class A, low watt amazing amps!

I’d love for you to continue the conversation! What is it that you’re playing? Who do you go to for help or purchases? I don’t want shameless plugs here but quality and trustworthy businesses are sometimes hard to find.

60 Responses to “Updated Gear”

  1. 1 Jim
    February 5, 2007 at 10:00 pm

    Oh man… 🙂 you’re inviting me to talk about gear?

    G&L ASAT Classic Custom, Seth Lover HB in neck and G&L Sgl Coil in the bridge.
    PRS Custom 22, Seymor Duncan Antiquity HB pickups.
    Aforementioned 89 Strat, EMG SA-DG pickups… don’t get to play it like I used to as my little brother keeps borrowing this one.

    Mesa Lonestar Special Head
    THD 2×12 Cab
    Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

    I’m a fan of various Robert Keeley modded pedals
    TS9, Blues Driver, Boss Trem, Compressor, etc
    Started using a TC Electronics G.Major Processor in 06…

  2. February 13, 2007 at 2:10 pm

    Nice Gear…

    I Play with

    Breedlove Atlas AC25 SR Plus -Elixer nanoweb 12’s

    Epiphone Les Paul Custom With custom dimarzios, push pull pots, and sperzels- Daddario 10’s

    Parker Nitefly SA GHS custom wound 9’s

    Behringer GX210

    Behringer Direct Box

    Sennheiser E 845 vocal mic

    Line 6 Pod XT Live

  3. 3 Jim
    February 13, 2007 at 5:04 pm

    Klampert, How do you like your Breedlove? I hold them in high regard. Do you think I’m right to do so?

  4. February 13, 2007 at 9:11 pm

    Jim, I was looking at taylors and high end cedar takamine and ended up walking away with the breedlove. To me it plays like a taylor with a thinner neck and sounds just as good if not better. and they are 1/2 to 1/3 the price. High Regard? I actually swear by them now…It could only be better if I have the american breedlove but those are around $4000. Ministry doesnt pay so well. ha ha

    By the way…I love G&L and was looking at those for a while before I decided to tear into my les paul and make it cooler than it was.

  5. 5 Jim
    February 13, 2007 at 10:20 pm

    Understand the budget constraints. My G&L ASAT is my latest add to the family and “I am pleased, yes, I am very pleased.” ( reference line from “A River Runs Through It” watch it if you’ve never seen it. ) I feel compelled to state: 1) I’m 43 and have had some time to accumulate a few guitars and 2) you exercise God given discipline and wisdom by making wise financial decisions on gear. As cool as it can seem, it’s still just gear.

    You are among a growing list of people who speak highly of their Breedloves. That sounds like a line from an ad.

  6. February 14, 2007 at 7:43 am

    My opinion on any instrument is buy quality first and then sound….Price is never a factor…Ive played some horrible $3000 guitars. I’m 29 myself and currently have maybe minus 1 guitar my dream sounding setup. Once I picked up the parker nitefly i was good to go…I can get strat, tele and les paul sounds plus acoustic simulation with the piezos and it really rounds out everything real nice…

    I think when I come out with a worship CD within this year I def. plan on hitting up breedlove for endorsement…I am there biggest fan…and I could use a free or super discounted american koa version. lol

    PS river runs through it…great movie

  7. 7 Jim
    February 14, 2007 at 8:48 am

    I agree… gear needs to do what you need it to do. Look forward to your worship CD. Let me know how Breedlove responds or if you need someone to write a letter of recommendation.

    Recording gear? Could be a whole other string here… Whatcha got?

  8. February 14, 2007 at 9:22 am

    Hmmm…I’m a little confused on the quality first, sound second opinion? Could you elaborate? I’d draw my own assumptions but Mom gave me a golden rule regarding assumptions.

    Let me know how easy it is to get endorsements. I’d be curious to see how well that goes 🙂

    Oh here we go with recording gear! This could be fun!

  9. February 14, 2007 at 11:07 am

    Well…you could pull off a fender squire from the rack and man it sounds pretty good….actually really good, but oh man…the frets are crap and the tuners are made of jello and etc etc etc….If you look at guitars with quality workmanship and then narrow it down with those that sound good you get a much better product…rather than going with sound and then quality because you will end up with a guitar that sounds good that needs all new parts and you might as well bought the real thing for that money.

    Recording Gear.

    Sonar 5 Cakewalk & producer
    Cubase LE
    Reason 3.0
    akg c1000s
    sennheiser E845
    Crappy Cort Base
    Zoom Drum machine

    I have about 12 new worship songs that I plan on recording…and I have a friend in NY with a full studio that I can record in for free…as far as endorsements…who knows…God knows this isnt a money maker it’s more so about getting more music to other churches…but I think If i put the word breedlove into every song…that might help.something like

    “Lord your more beautiful than anything I ever want….even a breedlove american cedar top..oooooo”

  10. February 14, 2007 at 2:14 pm

    OK awesome analogy Joel! I totally agree with you! I’m glad I listened to Mom b/c my assumption was incorrect 🙂

    I’m curious, b/c Jim and I have ventured a bit into this recording phenomena; what is your interface? For instance, we dabbled with some live recordings over Christmas and used a Presonus Firepod that linked the board with my PC. Then used Cubase LE. What do you use instead of a Firepod?

    I’d like to lend a hand:
    “For all of You is more than all I’ll ever need, even though a Breedlove dreadnought is so sweet…”

    “Everlasting, Your glory shines for above all fame, I’ll use my Breedlove 6 string to proclaim Your name!”

    🙂 oh now this should be a blog post all of it’s own! HAHAHA

  11. February 15, 2007 at 8:02 am

    Doh yeah…ive got a lexicon omega…its pretty sweet actually.

    Oh man…i will definatly add those lyrics to my songs….

    got one more

    “You make my heart sing…and my elixr strings.”

    “I will answer your call with my les paul……..custom”

    “Lord let my wall of Orange stacks glorify your name”

  12. March 1, 2007 at 6:45 pm

    I love gear as much as the next guy, although I may be a little out of my league with this group of git pickers.

    Guitar 1: 77 Fender Mustang. (Black Red and Yellow Sunburst)
    Guitar 2: 94 Peavey Predator. (Red)
    Guitar 3: Blueridge Acoustic. (The color most acoustics are)

    AMP: Crate Custom 2X12.

    Guitar shop of choice: Elderly music in Lansing Michigan.

    Dream Guitar: PRS Custom 22. (Translucent Smoke!)

  13. March 1, 2007 at 10:31 pm

    ooooooo fender mustang…nice

  14. March 5, 2007 at 12:18 pm

    it might be time for gear pics

  15. March 5, 2007 at 12:19 pm

    OOOOOOh good idea!!
    Ok pics up by the weekend!!

  16. March 5, 2007 at 12:23 pm

    sounds good…Im in..

  17. 17 snowjunkie
    March 13, 2007 at 2:16 pm

    I have a Lowden acoustic. Model F10.
    Can you guys recommend some s/w for home recording. What’s those “band in a box” type applications like? Any good?

  18. March 13, 2007 at 2:43 pm

    Mmmmm…Lowden! I’ve heard good things from them!

    S/w for home recording: are you a Mac or a PC?

  19. 19 snowjunkie
    March 13, 2007 at 4:39 pm

    worshipcity: I’m PC based – Windows & Linux.

  20. March 19, 2007 at 9:01 am

    Ok I am in the market for good FX. Point me in the right direction. I don’t want to be a tap dancer in stage so one unit is ideal. Any suggestions?

  21. 21 Jim
    March 19, 2007 at 8:00 pm

    I have either read good reviews or heard good things about the following ‘all in one’ units: Boss GT-8, PODXT Live, Vox Tonelab floor units.

    If your not already a “pedal geek”, these units may look a little intimidating at first glance BUT, you can program a few favorite sounds very easily into the the big foot buttons and if modeled sounds are ok with you, stick a fork in it, your done. Price? Sticker shock may slap you once; however, a pedal board, power supply, 4 or 5 good pedals and cables will easily run past the price of one of the above units.

    This said I am bound by the guitar tone of honor to exhort you to consider the near spiritual experience of tapping on individual pedals into a good tube amp. It can really be a big part of the whole art of tone thing.

    Best of luck – Jim

  22. March 20, 2007 at 9:45 am

    Hey thanks Jim for your input. Our lead guitar player just bought the Boss GT-8. It’s the one I would love to have but might be hard to reason with the wife about $450 ya know?

  23. 23 Jim
    March 20, 2007 at 5:20 pm

    Don’t forget watching ebay for that very special item to pop up where someone just doesn’t like a perfectly good piece of gear… GT-8, XT Live, Tonelab… You could also play subliminal messages over your guitar guys monitor mix to encourage him to lone you his GT-8 and buy stomp boxes.

  24. March 20, 2007 at 6:48 pm

    Our sanctuary is back to order this week after our Cowboys show so look for a GEAR PICS tab coming soon…shall I say…next week!!! WOOHOO. I don’t know if you can post pics to my site? I guess I’ll drop my email on the site so you can send me the pic and I can post it up with everyone else’s if you’d like!

    Oh… and to weigh in on this lil discussion of gear fx for guitars: save cashola and buy pedals to begin building your arsenal. Borrow from friends in the time being 🙂
    But see, I have the coolest friend who happens to also be a guitar player and who happens to also have an extra pedal board (pic coming soon 🙂 so I can say that rather easily. But I’d scour eBay and Bwack’s forum for deals.

  25. 25 Jim
    March 20, 2007 at 7:48 pm

    I notice I may have misread part of Superman’s question on FX. If your looking for a simple pedal setup without going all the way to one of the mega combo things, consider the following. For most contemporary P&W music: playing into a decent sounding amp, I could use a basic overdrive ( TS-9, Blues Driver, etc )and a basic delay ( Boss DD3, DD6, etc ) for 85 % of the sounds I really need. These pedals will run long and hard on battery power and coupled with the amp clean and crunch sounds, will cover a ton of ground on a budget… especially since you mention having another main e-guitar player in your group which likely means you’re rythm & fill and not leading with “the hooks” that require all the detailed effects.

  26. March 23, 2007 at 7:49 am

    I searched on google blogs for ‘anything’ and this was the first result that popped up. The address says ‘worship city’ and ‘word express’ so I’m assuming that’s worshipping God and the Word of God and I’m also assuming that you’re Christian. I’m curious, what does all of this music equipment and rock music actually have to do with your faith in God?

  27. March 23, 2007 at 8:24 am

    Wow interesting question:
    Mr selmo most who frequent this site including the incomparable owner of it are worship leaders in churches across the US…the section on guitars is just comparing what kind of equipment we use…and most of us are doing modern rock worship and we draw from many influences

  28. March 23, 2007 at 4:45 pm

    WELCOME Mr. Selmo! I’ll toss in my answer to your relevant and great question, not that Klampert’s answer wasn’t dead on!
    If you haven’t checked out The Who and The Why sections yet, I encourage you to. Worship City was an idea I had to represent my idea of what worship truly is. It’s not something confined to a particular place on Sunday morning. It’s what we point our lives towards. My blog is my attempt to discuss the things most important in my life: Jesus Christ, Music, and my family. Besides my interest in culture, media, and the craft of worship leading. So you’ll see random topics here from time to time, lengthy discussions of music and gear b/c we’re a bunch of gear-heads, pics of me dressed as a cowboy, music videos, and such. So enjoy.
    Know that people of all faith or no faith at all are welcome to join in the conversation. It’s my intention to enjoy a diverse community here in Worship City that can share life together as we figure things out. Thanks for the question!

  29. 29 snowjunkie
    March 24, 2007 at 4:33 am

    Hi Mr.Selmo. I’ve a couple of harps on order myself, but while I wait for those I have to use some earthly equipment in the meantime.

  30. March 24, 2007 at 7:36 am

    ha ha ha…thats awesome snowjunkster

  31. March 24, 2007 at 8:04 am

    I’m crossing my fingers that my harp will have a power hook up to run through a Vox 🙂 HAHAHAHA

  32. 32 Robert Legnon
    June 18, 2007 at 9:15 pm

    To all you wonderful psalmist of God. bless you guys, you’re doing a great nobel work in allowing Jesus to fill you with his music.
    I’m on my way to purchase a new Breedlove Atlas series AD25/SR plus tomorrow.
    I did alot of research before I made my decision.
    I’ve been playing guitar steady since I was 9. I’m 52 now.
    35 years ago I was Born Again and spirit filled.
    So for 35 years I’ve been writing, leading, and ministering
    in music under the anointing of Holy Spirit.
    I think we are responsible to do our best to minister with the gifts God has seeded us with.
    that’s why I chose the Breedlove. I really liked and wanted a McPherson but couldn’t swing the 5-7 grand. For the thousand bucks I really believe the Breedlove is the best bang for the buck.
    My favorite times are when the anointing flows as easily as water off a ducks back when I sing. I’ve seen people healed of cancer when I sing in the anointing, devil spirits cast out, and salvations take place when I take people to the place Jesus has taken me through the songs he allows me to sing to Him. I believe the Breedlove will aid in that process. Peoples very lives lay in the paths of our giftings.
    Don’t mean to sound so deep, but like wise old Popeye said
    “I ams what I ams” 1 Corinthians 15:10
    Hey, God has always used music to tear down strong-holds.
    keep on keeping on.
    Love you guys

  33. June 18, 2007 at 9:32 pm

    Great words Bob! And a great story! What an incredible ride God seems to have taken you down!

  34. June 19, 2007 at 12:06 am

    Bob…You will love the breedlove…I have and ac25SR PLus…and it is one of the best purchases I have ever made.
    It is an amazing guitar

  35. 35 Robert Legnon
    June 19, 2007 at 5:30 pm

    well guys I picked up the Breedlove AD/25sr plus today.
    what a guitar. Klampert, I see what you mean. This is some of the best money I’ve ever spent.
    This is probably one of the best made guitars I’ve had the joy of playing, also much prettier than the pictures on the web.
    the case alone is worth more than my other guitars.
    I had read many great reviews, and not so great, so I thoroughly checked it out at the Guitar Center before I bought it.
    I hit evey note, harmonic, and fret. Soft and hard. Every note was amazingly clear, and I couldn’t get a string to so much as buzz once, and I really hammered it. The finish is flawless and the sound just over powered everything else in the store. This guitar looks and sounds better than most $3,000 models I’ve played.
    I really like the tuner in the Fishman electronics. very handy.
    before I sing with it though, I’m going to have it dedicated.
    Tomorrow morning at prayer I’m going to have my pastor speak prophetic blessings over it, dedicate it, and be the first to sing to Jesus with it. He also has been gifted in singing under the anointing, and is a very dear friend of mine.
    After that, Me and Jesus, We gonna Dance. Yeah Baby!!Look out world!!
    Keep me in your prayers, You’re all in mine.
    love you

  36. 36 Robert Legnon
    June 20, 2007 at 7:23 pm

    wednesday the 20th
    just wanted to let you guys know, I lifted you all
    in our prayer meeting this morning,

    Collin, for you and your wife and girl.That you and your ministry be protected from, well, pin-heads with their own agendas. I can see from your photo your a very sweet man of God. It seems the closer I get to God the less religious he is. I am very drawn to believers like yourself. I’m not saying we’re better than other believers. It’s just that
    some of us come from different tribes.

    Klampert, for you being face to face in your fellowship with Jesus. Thankyou for your encouragement on the Breedlove

    and Jim, just wanted you to know someone else is praying for you. Specifically that angles would be dispersed on your behalf today, for your protection and blessings.

    and you also SnowJunkie, I don’t understand all the gear you guys know about, but it sounds like fun.

    you also Superman. Nice handle.
    we might be different, but that’s what makes the family fun.

  37. 37 snowjunkie
    June 28, 2007 at 2:02 pm

    Cheers Bob!

  38. December 13, 2007 at 10:43 am

    Hey man – I just tried out D’Addario EXP’s for the first time this weekend on my Taylor and I LOVE them. I have been an Elixir guy for a long time but after breaking too many strings lately I decided to try something totally new.

    My guitar eats these strings up – the tone is incredible, they feel amazing on my hands and I have no regrets at all about moving to these strings.

  39. 39 worshipguitarist
    February 27, 2008 at 2:20 pm

    Dude – what’s the story on the Gretsch? I’ve been eyeballing the 6120s for a while now. Pics?

  40. March 13, 2008 at 7:48 am

    Hey Dude – I’m pretty sure you meant to say that your Gretsch has a “Bigsby” tailpiece and not a “Bisbing” tailpiece! Nice gear, mate…

  41. March 13, 2008 at 12:20 pm

    HA thanks Jeff. You’re totally right. I’m still kind of a newbie to the realm of electric guitars.

  42. 42 bottomnote
    May 1, 2008 at 9:36 am

    Have any of you guys played a Pacello Bass before? I saw one when I was in South America it looked and sounded amazingl it was an 8 string and it had a low F# on it. That is all I could find out. I wish I had the time to ask. I just saw the headstock and figured that I would see it in the states. So far, no… Does anyone know anything about this instrument?

  43. July 28, 2008 at 8:50 am

    Digging the blues jr… I definitely need to get a second (smaller) amp at some point. Right now I’m using a 2 x 12 Boogie Lone Star Special and it’s a bear to lug around. Not to mention the money invested forces me to use a skb hard case which adds additional weight and size. I’d like to get a nice small yet great sounding single 12″ amp that I could just throw in the car and take to smaller gigs.

  44. July 28, 2008 at 10:24 am

    Hey Dan that’s awesome! Jim’s amp that he plays through and leaves at church is a Lonestar! Yeah the Blues Jr is a ton of fun and it’s small and mobile! I totally dig it.

  45. 45 willyang
    September 3, 2008 at 8:24 am

    stumbled on your site. i play a mex tele into a fender deville 410. my pedalboard consists of: fulltone clyde standard wah>korg pitchblack>seymour duncan pickupbooster>zvex fuzz factory>zvex box of rock>barber ltd silver>mxr phase 90>tc electronics tremolo>boss dd20

    how does a blues jr sound cranked?

  46. September 3, 2008 at 8:32 am

    my username should be linked now.

  47. November 26, 2008 at 8:04 am

    nice gear! i’ve frequent your site quite a bit but never had a chance to visit your gear page which is kinda weird 🙂

    my chain would be:
    Guitar -> VL Sparkle Drive -> Seymour Duncan SFX-03 -> EB Volume/Boss TU-2 -> Analogman Bi-Chorus -> Empress Tremolo -> Diamond Memory Lane -> Traynor YCV40-WR

    You can also check it out here: It’s not completely up-to-date yet. i never expected updating the gear-page can be so daunting 😉

  48. November 26, 2008 at 10:34 am

    Hey Rhoy well welcome to my gear page! Haha.
    Yeah it can be a bit daunting updating it! Actually to my surprise, I pulled off the Tubescreamer for a modded Boss DS-1 last night. I did some serious sound testing between it, the TS, and the Barber and for this gig I have coming up next week the DS-1 gave me more tone variation and more of what we’re looking for!

  49. November 27, 2008 at 7:38 am

    thanks conner 🙂

    that’s what its all about, isn’t it? whatever sound is needed to support the band is what we should really aim for. i have tons of pedal that i really wanted to get/use but i know that it will not be useful to what we are trying to do. have fun in the gig! let us know how it turns out.

    btw, sorry about the empress tremolo. i’m sure that you will get the chance to get it, its just so good! and yeah, i’ve put up a photo of the board.

  50. 50 Gene Kelley
    August 4, 2010 at 7:19 am

    Had to leave my own.. even after 2 years of inactivity. 🙂

    MIM Strat SSS Lace Sensor Golds
    Duesenberg Starplayer TV White

    Vox AC-15 C1 (not CC1! BIGG Difference) with JJ’s EL84s and Wharfdale speaker.

    Ernie Ball Jr. VP
    BOSS DD-7 w/ tap tempo switch (dotted eighth)
    TC Electronics Nova Delay (used for slow songs/triplet/stereo delay <–Ex. Higher from Mighty to Save album)
    Electro Harmonix Memory Boy Deluxe Analog Delay
    G2D Creamtone
    Voodoo Labs Sparkle Drive
    Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer (no mod)
    Keeley Katana Clean Boost
    Electro Harmonix Holy Grail Reverb
    MXR Dynacomp
    Timon Klein True Bypass 8 Looper
    (Wired with George L Patch Cables)

  51. 51 zac
    November 29, 2010 at 8:51 pm

    i play…(currently)

    ’99 strat
    gretsch pro jet
    1972 gibson j45
    taylor 110e

    ive currently got a tweed blues junior, i play an ac30 every now and then

    tu2, dyna comp, this1smyne mini buffer, jhs morning glory, paul c timmy, DMB pedals stellar and americana, dunlop tr2 (the old good one), JHs pink panther delay, DMB lunar echo, ernie ball volune jr, this1smyne modded dl4

    i use george L cables, DR and D’addario strings.

    im working on getting a tele (i sold my favorite one on accident…) and either a ac15 or stulce….. its a toss up

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