Did you miss the big Sioux Guitars show? We got some videos. http://siouxguitars.com/gallery.php
This is Mitch Cartwright, of the Humpers and the Hitchhikers, Sioux Guitars Cudahy Bass Amp. Powered by a pair of KT-88 tubes, the Cudahy was intended to be our bass amp with nice warm, smooth bass response, but six string players in the world of blues, rockabilly, bluegrass, honky-tonk, etc. will love the warmth and cleanliness of the Cudahy. The Cudahy amp is available as a head for $1,100.A 2-12” combo for $1,425.A 1-15” combo for $1,350.And a 4-10” combo for $1,500.All combo amps use Jensen speakers. All amps are built to order and lead time can be up to 8 weeks.
The best punk-n-roll band hands down, the HUMPERS play Sioux Guitars amps. Mark plays a 4-10” combo Armour. Bill playes a Swift 2-12” combo. And Mitch plays a Cudahy 1-15” combo.
The Humpers rocking Sioux Guitars amps at the Chesterfield in Sioux City. Mark is playing a Sioux Armour 4-10” combo that is also pusing a 4-10” cab. Mitch is playing a Sioux Cudahy 1-15” that is also pushing a 4-12” cab. Billy is plugged into a Sioux Swift 2-12” combo.
Mitch and Jimi from the Humpers at Sioux Guitars’ Positively Sick On Fourth Street show. Mitch is pushing a Sioux Cudahy 1-15” combo amp that is also powering a 4-12” ext. cab.
True legends, together at Ron and Gia Emory’s Sioux City Conservatory Of Music, with Billy Burks of the Humpers, Damn It Dave of the Model Citizens, Tammy Gun of Bullet Proof Hearts, Full-on Meyers of Sioux Guitars, Rikk Agnew of too many cool bands to list, Mitch Cartwright of the Humpers and his wife Terri, Gia Emory of the Sioux City Conservatory Of Music, Ron Emory of TSOL, Cheetah Chrome of the Dead Boys, and Jimi Silveroli of the Humpers.
Tickets are selling fast. Get them at the Chesterfield in Sioux City or do like the guys in Fargo, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Omaha, Lincoln, etc. have done and Paypal $20 a ticket to firstname.lastname@example.org and your tickets will be put in the mail to you.
The Humpers are one of those bands that makes a guy want to drive 110mph down a gravel road at night with no headlights on. They are loud, fast, dangerous, and everything that Rock-N-Roll is supposed to be. The Humpers aren’t the active bnad they once were, everyone has started other projects, but the boys get together three or four times a year to blow people’s minds. Mark and Billy have been digging what Sioux does to thier six strings, and now Mitch has even started to mess around with a Sioux on his trusty Rickenbacker bass.