The moody goth-folk songstress and her 6-string compatriot Evan Patterson detail the off-kilter double-cuts, dual-amp configurations, and reverb-dripping boards that give life to their jangly, ambient washes and doomy, crashing crescendos.

During the band’s fall tour supporting critically-praised On Dark Horses, orchestrator guitarist/vocalist Emma Ruth Rundle, along with fellow guitarist (and ERR’s husband) Evan Patterson, took some time at Nashville’s High Watt to hang with PG’s Chris Kies and go through their onstage gear.

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Beginner

  • Understand the inherent challenges in rhythm guitar playing.
  • Develop new strumming patterns.
  • Cultivate practice strategies to keep yourself motivated.
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Last updated on May 12, 2022

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