The 20-something blues phenom shows off his old-soul approach to tone.

King runs into Boss TU-3 tuner and a Dunlop GCB95 Cry Baby Wah. From there a cable hits a Homestead splitter box that splits the signal to the Homestead and a reissue Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer placed before the Super. The TS9 stays on all the time and acts like an attenuator to help bring down his volume of his cranked amps. All three pedals run on batteries.

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