Eric “Roscoe” Ambel
The Delay really has a nice sound and the Fuzz is wild but still, has a lot of bottom (which gets pulled out of so many pedals).
The veteran singer/guitarist/songwriter/producer — known to his friends, associates and bandmates as Roscoe — has spent the past three and a half decades building a powerful body of raw, personally-charged music that’s earned him a far-reaching reputation as a rock ‘n’ roll original, while keeping him busy in his parallel careers as producer, sideman and collaborator. Has played with tons of people: Steve Earle, Joan Jett (Eric played that mean guitar on “I Love Rock’n’Roll”), Yayhoos, Del-Lords, the Bottle Rockets, Andy York (John Mellencamp), Warner Hodges (Jason and the Scorchers)…. Eric owns the popular East Village bar Lakeside Lounge and Cowboy Technical Services recording studio in Brooklyn.