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Haywire Custom Shop Media

Here are some recordings using Haywire Modified guitars.  Details of the recordings and the guitars used are listed below. 

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Truck Stop Food

The clip for-“Truck Stop Food”, was written, produced and recorded by Scott Shaw, formerly of Paul Revere and the Raiders”.  Scott produced the clip for his live comedy act which he took from L.A. to New York. It was all recorded in his studio in Myrtle Beach, SC. Scott sings and plays Bass and Keyboard as well as drums. Rick Mariner playing lead and slide guitar with a Haywire Canary Active Double-Cutaway guitar- included parts:

  • EMG-SA Active pickups
  • Ebony Fretboard
  • Stainless Steel frets
  • 6-point tremolo bridge
  • Gold hardware
  • Knurled volume knob for sure-grip volume swells

Roll The Dice

“Roll the Dice” was recorded in the Inlet Recording studio in Murrells Inlet, SC. This song, a Delbert McClinton tune was done live in the studio with Johnny Hayes on Bass and Vocals. Johnny toured the U.S.with his band, The Young Ones in the early 1960’s opening for Ray Davies the Kinks. Phil Marsh is playing lead and rhythm on a Haywire active “Blackie” with:

  • EMG SA active pickups
  • Knurled volume knob for sure grip volume swells
  • Gold hardware
  • Maple fretboard
  • Jerry Cook on drums and Rick Mariner on slide playing a Haywire “Black Rose Guitar” featuring:
  • Rosewood neck and fretboard Fender scale length 25-1/2
  • Modified Telecaster body
  • Active EMG-TC pickups

Rick Mariner & Friend Roy Buchanan

Unchained Melody

“Unchained Melody” was a tribute to Roy Buchanan. The last time I saw Roy in Santa Barbara about 4 months preceding his death I asked what song he wanted to record but never got the chance. Roy said, “Unchained Melody” by the Righteous Brothers. In 1995 I was in a recording studio in Murrells Inlet S.C. and took the opportunity to record it as a tribute to Roy. I wanted to do it how Roy would have approached it and in his arrangement and playing style as well. Drums on this song Jerry Cook, Bass-Kenny Irvin, Rhythm guitar-Phil Marsh of Pleasant Hill, S.C. and Rick Mariner on lead guitar playing a Haywire Modified Telecaster with an active EMG-TC pickup set installed playing through the clean channel of a 100 watt Pearce Amplifier with a 12 ” 1962 JBL signature series speaker.

Touch You

The song “Touch You” a romantic R&B ballad is sung by Cookie Rice from Conway, S.C. The arrangement was put together by Scott Shaw. Scott played drums and bass, produced and recorded all tracks in his Studio in Myrtle Beach, SC in 1997. Rick Mariner playing a Haywire Modified Stratocaster with EMG-SA’s installed as well as the Pearce amplifier.

Georgia

“Georgia” a Ray Charles song was recorded with Luke Moss from Johnson City, Tenn. on vocals and Keyboard. Kenny Irvin of Bluefield, W.V.on Bass and Jerry Cook of Georgetown, S.C. on drums and Rick Mariner on guitar. The guitar was a Haywire Modified Stratocaster with a Haywire special “SRV Set of Pickups” installed playing through the clean channel of a 100 watt Pearce Amplifier with a 12 ” 1962 JBL signature series speaker. the recording was done in the Inlet Recording Studio in Murrells Inlet, S.C. in 1995.

Crazy

“Crazy”, a Patsy Cline hit and a song written by Willie Nelson was recorded in the Inlet Recording Studio in Murrells Inlet, S.C. circa 1994 with Bill Wall of Georgetown S.C. on vocals, Jerry Cook on Drums, Johnny Hayes on Bass, Phil Marsh on Rhythm guitar and Rick Mariner on Haywire Modified Telecaster playing lead. the guitar was wired with active EMG-TC pickup set installed playing through the clean channel of a 100 watt Pearce Amplifier with a 12 ” 1962 JBL signature series speaker.

Snap Your Fingers

“Snap Your Fingers” a Pop, Soul and R&B beach music tune recorded from the 1950’s to the present by numerous artists. This song was recorded with Luke Moss from Johnson City, Tenn. on vocals and Keyboard. Kenny Irvin of Bluefield, W.V.on Bass and Jerry Cook of Georgetown, S.C. on drums and Rick Mariner on guitar. The guitar was a Haywire Modified Telecaster with an active EMG-TC pickup set installed playing through the clean channel of a 100 watt Pearce Amplifier with a 12 ” 1962 JBL signature series speaker. the recording was done in the Inlet Recording Studio in Murrells Inlet, S.C. in 1995.