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Rig Rundown - The Late Show with David Letterman's Will Lee, Sid McGinnis, and Felicia Collins

PG's Rebecca Dirks is on location at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York, NY, where she catches up with CBS Orchestra bassist Will Lee and guitarists Sid McGinnis and Felicia Collins. In this segment, the three discuss the guitars, amps, and effects used nightly on The Late Show with David Letterman.

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PG's Rebecca Dirks is on location at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York, NY, where she catches up with CBS Orchestra bassist Will Lee and guitarists Sid McGinnis and Felicia Collins. In this segment, the three discuss the guitars, amps, and effects used nightly on The Late Show with David Letterman.

See more late night Rig Rundowns and read about the gig in our "TV Guitars: Inside the World of Late Night" article, featuring interviews and Rig Rundowns with the musicians for Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Conan, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

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