scottscharinger

scottscharinger:

I’m selling some gear to fund other gear!

Top thing is a Science Amplification Shiv. If you saw us at Bledfest or at all this tour, it was what I was using. I also used it on every song on our last album we just recorded. I LOVE this amp, but I just need a little more clean headroom and the dual reverb options of the Street Sweeper are calling my name! I’m selling it for the same price Alex sold it to me, and coincidentally enough, it was Alex’s personal model he sold to me, so if you like Kidcrash, Dads, and awesome gear, you need this! 1,250 + shipping firm.

I’m also selling my vintage ‘72 Gibson SG Standard with hardcase. It’s awesome and is everything a vintage SG should be, I’m just definitely more of a Fender guy and found the Jazzmaster of my dreams that I need to buy! $1,500 obo!

I have them both listed on my Reverb site, check it out!

https://reverb.com/shop/scotts-shop-22

scottscharinger
wearentdads:

(Playing tonight in St. Louis at The Firebird, doors at 7)

I’ve heard that you can’t pick family, sometimes I agree with that. Other times I feel like the lifestyle we chose allows us to meet new people and see brand new sights with them, and sometimes we leave that period of time as pen pals or acquaintances, but some times we leave a tour as close as blood. Sometimes we meet a group of people that you see every night for four or five weeks and when that time is up, you realize it wasn’t enough. Sometimes you meet people you wish you could live with and go through life alongside forever.

Thank you to everyone who helped set this tour up, all of the behind the scenes people, thank you to @toucheamore for showing us the best time we could’ve ever asked for, thank you to @tigersjaw for being hilarious and amazing people that were so fun to sing along to every night. This is the smoothest and best tour we have ever been a part of and we can’t wait to one day do it again.

wearentdads:

(Playing tonight in St. Louis at The Firebird, doors at 7)

I’ve heard that you can’t pick family, sometimes I agree with that. Other times I feel like the lifestyle we chose allows us to meet new people and see brand new sights with them, and sometimes we leave that period of time as pen pals or acquaintances, but some times we leave a tour as close as blood. Sometimes we meet a group of people that you see every night for four or five weeks and when that time is up, you realize it wasn’t enough. Sometimes you meet people you wish you could live with and go through life alongside forever.

Thank you to everyone who helped set this tour up, all of the behind the scenes people, thank you to @toucheamore for showing us the best time we could’ve ever asked for, thank you to @tigersjaw for being hilarious and amazing people that were so fun to sing along to every night. This is the smoothest and best tour we have ever been a part of and we can’t wait to one day do it again.