In our continuing quest to find new guitar talent, it led us to a new band called Until The Storm. Guitarist Stacy Mccullar and her band are to debut there first video on November 22nd.
When did you start playing guitar?
I bought my first guitar when I was 16 but had no clue how to play it. I would play it for a few weeks and then not touch it for years. I probably have about 1,000 hours of playing total.
Who are your influences?
My favorite guitarists are Dimebag, Kerry King, and our other guitarist Sado.
Are you self taught or by a teacher?
I’m self-taught and would learn stuff here and there from friends until I met Sado. He used to teach guitar and has shown me more than anyone else. I learn from him regularly.
What’s your live rig consist of?
My live rig is a six-string Michael kelly guitar down-tuned to drop B with Ernie Ball “not even slinky” strings with the low E string swapped with a 64 gauge. I use a Line 6 4×12 amp with a 100 watt Peavy Valve King head. My pedals are a Boss Equalizer GE-7, MXR carbon copy analog delay, Boss noise suppressor NS-2, Zakk Wylde Berzerker overdrive pedal, just the standard Peavey footswitch to change from clean to distortion, Boss chromatic tuner and I just started playing with a Dunlop MC404 wah pedal. I’ve recently been using the 1mm Dunlop picks.
Heavy Rock band from Santa Barbara, “Until the Storm,” releases official music video for their debut single “Roads to the Lost” on 11/22/19. Mixed by Mike Plotnikoff (In Flames, Fear Factory, Van Halen, Mudvayne, and many more) and mastered by Niels Nielson (Ghost, Starset).