Testing gear

The DIY rockers take PG on a tour of their live tone toys.

Stevens runs his signal through a Shure Axient wireless to a Boss TU-3, a Boss PS-5 Super Shifter, a Boss BD-2 Blues Driver, a Keely D&M Drive, an EarthQuaker Ghost Echo, a Keeley Caverns delay V2, an Ernie Ball 6165 Stereo Volume Pedal, an Eventide H9, and an A/B Box to send the signal to his two amps. A Voodoo Lab Mondo supplies the juice.

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