A look at Brad Delson's touring gear, as well as his new favorite studio Strat.

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Linkin Park’s lead guitarist Brad Delson is known for rocking signature PRS Custom 24s and Shure headphones onstage.

On their latest album, The Hunting Party, Linkin Park aimed heavier. Guitarist Brad Delson tells us he was more inspired than ever with making his guitar sound insanely different. We’re excited to see the new setup Delson will bring out on tour this summer, but for now, here’s a look at what he brought on Living Things tour in 2012. Bonus: Check out the craziest-looking bass we’ve seen in a while.

A compact pedal format preamp designed to offer classic, natural bass tone with increased tonal control and extended headroom.

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The green machine that haunted the pedalboards of mid-’00s experimentalists is back—better and smaller.

Loads of delay voices. Easy to jump in and get great sounds. Looper function is a classic.

Tweak and tweez functionalities leave a lot to memorize. Reverb functions could benefit from their own controls

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Rig Rundown: Coheed and Cambria [2022]

See how a stockpile of customized Gibsons and worn-down Nash Ps provide an intergalactic prog-rock soundtrack to The Amory Wars. Plus, Claudio Sanchez drops news about a Muff-and-Super-Overdrive clone collaboration with Wren and Cuff.

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