The hippie-cowboy pedal steeler for Orville Peck and Margo Price breaks out modulation mutators and synth stomps for a solo mission full of ethereal bends and sublime swells combining cosmic country and ambient new wave.

Luke Schneider Rig Rundown10

If he’s been doing session work or gigging in the last 10 years, you’ve seen and heard him plug into this 1968 Fender “drip edge” Twin Reverb. The previous owner overhauled the cab by removing the stock pair of 12 speakers and retrofitted it for a single 15". (Luke did film this Rundown in stereo—his preferred stage setup—with a Fender Hot Rod DeVille. However, he typically pairs the original ’68 with a new ’68 Custom Twin Reverb that was unfortunately in the shop.)

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