Country music’s leading guitar tandem shows us how they mix vintage axes and boutique pedals with high-powered amps and just a little bit of digital magic.

TJ runs a Shure ULXD1 wireless from his guitar into his board through a Radial JDI. From there, it goes to a Boss TU-3 in bypass mode before hitting a Dunlop Mini Volume X and an Electro-Harmonix Switchblade+ that splits the signal. One side goes through the rest of the board while the other is routed to another JDI under the board for his acoustic tones. The board is rounded out with a Greer Lightspeed, JHS Twin Twelve (used to reduce the output signal when he runs his acoustic into the amp to achieve this very hip honky-tonk slapback acoustic sound), a Barber Electronics Gain Changer, an EHX Micro POG, Klon Centaur, Xotic EP Boost, and then a Line 6 DL4. It is mounted on a Pedaltrain Classic 1 and powered with a Truetone CS12.

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