The Hamm brothers and guitarist Ryland Oehlers detail the wallet-friendly guitars, classic tube amps, and versatile stomp stations that ignite their modern spin on grunge and post-hardcore.

PG’s Perry Bean hung with guitarists Nick Hamm (above right), Ryland Oehlers, and bassist Eric Hamm before the band’s recent Nashville show at the War Memorial Auditorium where they opened up for Circa Survive and AFI. Eric and Ryland talk about switching to offset Fenders while Nick states his case why every bassist should have a Tech 21 SansAmp.

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