The Philly-based group explains how they use vintage Fender gear, classic tube amps, and a few homemade pedals to produce their brand of psychedelic folk-rock.

A man with two jobs in a band needs two pedalboards, right? Well, that’s the case with multi-talented Laasko who has separate setups for guitar and bass. Above is his bass stomp station that has a Peterson StroboStomp Classic Tuner, Basic Audio Tri/Ram Muff (kicked on for “Hunchback”), Moog MF Delay, and Moog MF Boost (only used to make up for volume differences between his various basses).

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