Experimenting with odd-time signatures and unusual tunings isn’t the only reason for the band’s unique mojo—a few eye-popping guitars, classic amps, and a pile of pedals are also required for their brand of melodic post-hardcore.

This 1972 Gibson Les Paul Standard—bought off eBay—was Teppei’s first real guitar he got when first starting out in the band. The guitar originally came with DiMarzio Super Distortions, but at some point Teranishi put in a Seymour Duncan JB in the bridge.


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