I love Instagram. Here are some of my photos:
This is me. I’m not a real lumberjack, but sometimes I pretend to be.
This is me and Taylor Swift. She’s pretty cool. We hung out before a show once.
This is The Edge. I hope to meet him one day. He’s the reason I started playing the guitar, and I can’t imagine what I’d be like without his inspiration.
This is the port of St. Jean-cap-Ferrat in France. Sometimes I get to travel with my family. I love it.
This is a sign left over from the Berlin Wall. I saw it in Germany with my dad, on a father-son trip I’ll never forget.
This is my view on almost any given Sunday morning. I’m blessed to play at two churches: First Presbyterian in San Antonio, TX, and Highpoint Church in Memphis, TN.
This is a stack of pedals. I use these to make a lot of cool noises onstage. In a way, I play them like a second instrument. I like it that way.
This is the first photo I ever took of a guitar that changed my life: my 1963 Fender Jazzmaster. Sometimes I call her Rosie. She gives me a connection to the past that inspires me for the future; she has become a unique and indispensable part of my voice.
This is my Elliott Tonemaster. A second very important guitar. This one probably gets the most play time of all my guitars. It’s special for a lot of reasons, among them because its twin is on tour with Taylor Swift. The luthier, Andy Elliott, is a killer builder and a sweet man.
This is a 1961 Supro “Super” amp. I’m working on restoring it in my free time. It’s a lot of fun and very educational. I love old Supro amps.