Observe how the Atlanta-based rockers keep instruments in the family and take a pragmatic approach by hitting the road with everyman gear to morph between their brutal heavy riffs and beautiful, cinematic soundscapes.

Andy Prince admits that he wishes he could play the red P all night, but the band uses various tunings that requires him to have a second model waiting in the wings—the Fender Classic Series ’50s Precision Bass Lacquer P.

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