The English rock band travels heavy with Fender solidbodies and Gretsch semi-hollows while proving that pedal swaps make a group closer.

The third Fender Jazzmaster of the bunch is a Blacktop version that was originally a backup but now is his only guitar that’s kept tuned down a whole step. His dear friend Monty took care of this mediocre guitar and made it sing with a refret, new coil-tap pickups that are voiced similar to Fender’s Wide Range humbuckers, and a Mastery bridge. He always busts this one out for the closer “Asleep at the Wheel” because it’s the band’s loudest, most obnoxious song.


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