Frontman John Baizley and former Cirque du Soleil shredder Gina Gleason explain the atmospheric metal outfit’s switch to single-coils—and how a fuzz pedal first brought them together.

Here is Gina Gleason’s pedal world onstage. It includes a Strymon TimeLine, EarthQuaker Devices Disaster Transport SR, a Philly Fuzz germanium-based prototype, Champion Leccy Fettle Boost, Wampler Tumnus, Xotic SP Boost, Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail Nano, EQD Data Corruptor, EHX Micro POG, MXR EVH Phase 90, MXR Super Badass Distortion, an Ernie Ball Volume pedal, and a DigiTech Whammy. Up top is a TC Electronic PolyTune keeping everything in check and the GigRig G2 switching unit is the puppeteer pulling the strings on all the pedals.


Click below to listen wherever you get your podcasts:

Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Google Podcasts
Listen on Stitcher Listen on Spotify

D'Addario DIY Solderless Power Cable Kit: http://ddar.io/DIYPowerCables




It’s ok for a guitar to not sound like a guitar.

As much as we all love juicy, organic guitar tones, it can be just as inspiring to go the opposite way. Combining various modulation effects, envelope filters, oscillators, and more can result in sounds that owe more to Kraftwerk than Led Zeppelin.

Read More Show less

ESP Guitars announces 43 new LTD and LTD Deluxe guitar models to kick off the new year.

Read More Show less
x