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Rig Rundown: Brothers Osborne

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.

John’s signal is fed to his board from a Shure ULXD1 Wireless unit which then runs into a Radial JDI that sits on his board. After that, the signal snakes through a DigiTech Drop, Sonic Research Turbo Tuner, Electro-Harmonix Switchblade+ (to handle moving between this board and his mando board), Chase Bliss Wombtone, Origin Effects Cali76, Xotic Effects AC Booster, Strymon Sunset, Greer Lightspeed, Xotic EP Booster, and an Eventide H9 with the Barn3 OX9 Switcher. Finally, he has a Line 6 M9 multi-effects unit in line before hitting the amp. It was wired by Zach Rickard and sits on a Pedaltrain Classic Pro.

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