Down-tuned axes and a thirst for experimentation fuel the rootsy indie-rock band’s sound.
Premier Guitar's John Bohlinger dissects a G-major lick that mixes fretted notes with open strings to create a dynamic motif that can be transposed to multiple keys and used in virtually any genre.
The smallest of the new-school Supros isn’t based on a vintage model, but it nails that punky, budget-box attitude.
The jam-band vets show us their boutique pedals, rad amps, and silver-finished instruments built to commemorate their 25th anniversary.
Classic Italian wah tones form the sonic foundation for an altogether modern and flexible wah.