A look at pedalboards used onstage by Deftones, Alice in Chains, Dave Matthews Band, 311, Joe Bonamassa, Eric Johnson, and many more

Tim Reynolds (Dave Matthews Band)
"Tim Reynolds is a man of many bands and styles, but we got a look at his rig for his highest-profile act, Dave Matthews Band, for the bandуs 2010 summer tour. For laying down the signature riffs to Daveуs famous singles and holding down lead for extended jams, Reynolds relies on a signal chain that includes a Dunlop Cry Baby Wah, Way Huge Swollen Pickle (reissue) рfor moments of total devastation,с Moog Moogerfooger, Ernie Ball Volume Pedal, Hughes & Kettner Roto-Sphere, Uni-Vibe, Boss DD-6 Digital Delay, Korg Pitchblack Tuner, and Creation Audio Labs Boost/Line Driver, powered by a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power. Reynolds keeps just the Roto-Sphere and DD-6 in the effects loop, and uses the Volume Pedal with Strats for volume swells. "

photos by Chris Kies

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