The German folk/reggae-rock group gives us a peek at their streamlined setup that combines vintage, offbeat axes with cutting-edge technology.
Antonio Greger’s board starts with a TC Electronic PolyTune 2 before going into an Xotic SP Compressor, Electro-Harmonix POG2, Strymon Big Sky, and a Radial SGI. The SGI keeps the signal to his Kemper strong. A Mission Engineering expression pedal is along for the ride to tweak tones in real time. Various wall warts capable of handling 110-240v provide the power, except the SGI, which is powered by Native Instruments power supply and Klotz cables handle the wiring.
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