The guitarist/producer reveals how an EHX Pitch Fork downsized his touring guitar boat, and admits the difficulties of cherry-picking stomps for the band's spiraling, atmospheric odysseys.

Facing a mandatory shelter-in ordinance to limit the spread of COVID-19, PG enacted a hybrid approach to filming and producing Rig Rundowns. This is the 11th video in that format, and we stand behind the final product.

On the heels of producing the forthcoming Misery Signals’ Ultraviolet and working on TWIABP’s fourth album, Teti virtually welcomes PG’s Perry Bean into his co-owned Silver Bullet Studios. The two have a flowing conversation about Teti transitioning onstage from baritone to Tele (with the help of a Pitch Fork), explaining why the Peavey 5150 II is his benchmark for amps, and detailing why he can never have enough reverb or bizarro note benders.


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Bogner's beastliest amp is made miniature—and still slays.

Excellent sounds in a portable and very affordably priced package.

A footswitchable clean channel and onboard reverb would make it perfect.

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Bogner Ecstasy Mini
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The original Bogner Ecstasy, released in 1992, is iconic in heavy rock circles. Though it was popularized and preferred by rock and metal artists (Steve Vai and Brad Whitford were among famous users), its ability to move from heavy Brit distortion to Fender-like near-clean tones made it appealing beyond hard-edged circles. Even notorious tone scientist Eric Johnson was enamored with its capabilities.

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