Jade Puget and Hunter Burgan chronicle the working-man instruments, all-tube heads, and select noisemakers they rely on to achieve their evolved punk tones.

PG’s Chris Kies hung with guitarist Jade Puget and bassist Hunter Burgan (above right) before the band’s recent Nashville gig at War Memorial Auditorium. Jade explains why he goes with Gibson Les Paul Studios while Hunter describes his need for big-and-bulky tube heads in a world of on-the-go mini bass heads.

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