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.

Evan Patterson was a longtime user of a beat-up Fender Telecaster (neck pickup only) in his band Young Widows, but while supporting Emma he was after the loudest electric guitar that offered the most acoustic qualities, so he’s welcomed the semi-hollow tones of the Fender Coronado II reissue. On this particular run, this was his only guitar and he used GHS Boomers gauged .011–.056.

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