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The Appalachia crew prove that ripping T-styles seasoned with effects-rich pedal steel can still be prominent in today’s country and Americana music.

When it comes time for Tyler Childers’ big hit “Whitehouse Road” you’ll see Jesse Wells grab this Gretsch G5265 Jet Baritone. This one, like a few of his other more standard fares, are enhanced with an RS Guitarworks modern upgrade wiring kit that uses SoZo NextGen .022 capacitors and 500K RS Short-Shaft SuperPots. All of his instruments are equipped with various D’Addario strings.

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