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.

One half of Emma Ruth Rundle’s amp pie is this Roland JC-120 Jazz Chorus that’s been a fixture in her setup for years because of how she enjoys the note retention and clarity it provides her lower tunings and baritone guitars.

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