TOM LOVEJOY – FOREVER CAME CALLING
via gearmetropolis.com I was first introduced to Forever Came Calling through the Warped Tour documentry, No Room For Rockstars. They have some a long way from slinging CDs outside every Warped Tour date. Today I talk to the newest member of Forever Came Calling, Tom Lovejoy, as he breaks donw his entire setup. You should also check out his other band Word Travels Fast from Atlanta, their newest EP has been in heavy rotation since this interview. Read the full interview here.
A few months ago our friends in Forever Came Calling introduced us to some great friends of theirs, the guys at Hawthorne Heights. We were stoked, as fans of Hawthorne Heights, it was a humbling thing to hear that they loved our guitars. So we had them drop by the Studio and try a few of the guitars and basses, had a nice Vegan lunch and we are proud to have Hawthorne Heights not only recording with but playing Dream Studio guitars live on all their shows. "I used the Dreams all over Hurt, our new EP and they sound...
Mars Model Demo
We've had a lot of people ask us about our Mars model, but most typically ask, "How does it sound?" Danny Toranzo of To Humans decided to pick up his personal Mars and give us a demo of a new song he wrote. This video gives a great demonstration of the tone and playability of the guitar. Watch and find out if this might be the guitar for you!
Dream Studios M5 Review in Premier Guitar Magazine
Former BMX racer turned guitar designer Bill Ryan and his company Dream Studios recently unveiled a fifth model to their collection of basses with the vintage-vibed M5. It’s a 5-string version of the SoCal company’s Maverick bass, which itself was spawned from their guitar model that bears the same name. Read the whole story here
M5 Bass Introduction Video
Nothing warms you up better in the winter than the rich sound of a warm bass. We here at Dream have concocted the ultimate in 5-string basses just in time for the cold front to settle in. Check out the new M5 bass in this video, demonstrated by To Humans' Ace Anderson with a little help from our friends at Seymour Duncan and Ampeg.