Check out what Rich Robinson brought out on tour with the Black Crowes—everything from relic’d Gibsons and Japanese Zemaitis models to a few Gretschs and Teles.

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All of Robinson's effects are housed in a rack that sits between his amps onstage-so he can adjust them on the fly. The drive section of his rig consists of an Electro-Harmonix Big Muff and four reissue Way Huge pedals (Angry Troll, Red Llama, Swollen Pickle, and Pork Loin). The next drawer houses his modulation effects, including a Strymon El Capistan, Way Huge Supa-Puss, Uni-Vibe Stereo Chorus, Flip Vintage Tremolo, and a Demeter Tremulator. He splits his signal with a Framptone 3-Banger out to his Vox and Reason amps (which are both always on) and uses a Strymon Lex for his rotary tones.

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