Blues-rock firebrands Tyler Bryant and Graham Whitford rely on loud amps and vintage guitars to get their message to the people.

This 1931 National Duolian features a National Hot-Plate with a Lollar pickup that Tyler Bryant installed himself. He keeps it strung with Ernie Ball .013–.056 acoustic strings and uses a magnesium MagSlide.

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