I started the JT30 page back around 1994 as an AOL web page. I hand coded the page using notepad and tested it using Netscape Navigator. I originally put the page up as an advertisement for modifying and repairing JT30 mics. I found that I did not have the time to keep up with the orders so I stopped doing that. I collected lots of information about JT30s, Amplifiers and playing amplified Blues.
In 1999 I registered the domain JT30.com.
I wrote a few music theory articles and tabbed out some simple riffs and I have been getting slow but steady traffic ever since. In recent years my life has become busy, other projects have taken up my time, and FaceBook has pretty much replaced blogs, so I have not added very much to the site. I still play a little harp when I get a chance, but I hardly ever play harp at the jams.
I've done a few unexpected things. Most of the things that I've learned are self taught. The fact that I finished college and graduate school is testiment to the fact that I already knew the stuff most people went to learn. I only learn stuff that I'm interested in, and only when I teach myself.
I am retired. I have worked as a computer programmer since the days of Fortran. I write Science Fiction (and sell it). I keep bees. I have two dozen chickens. I play blues harmonica.
By the way, the picture to the right is over 60 years out of date.
Keith P. Graham