COVID-19 shut down tours, but it didn't stop our gear envy. The most-watched episodes include YouTuber Rick Beato, Nashville session ace Tom Bukovac, Intervals' Aaron Marshall, Deep Sea Diver's Jessica Dobson, and others.
10. (B) Brendan BensonA trip into the bona fide Raconteurs guitarist's inner lair of rare vintage acoustics, super vibey amps, and a few choice goldtops.
10. (A) ElderSwooshing Pink Floyd vibes, kerranging Sleep chugs, and mutating mellow Motorpsycho tones symbiotically swirl in this guitar duo’s growing setups.
9. Nick PerriThe retro rocker opens up about retrofitting reissues, returning to the JTM45s, and finding the piece of gear that changed his life.
8. Deep Sea Diver's Jessica Dobson“Strangled cat" and "glassy Jonny Greenwood” are just two attitudes the former Beck and Shins sidewoman engages in her band’s adventurous indie-rock.
7. Jared James NicholsNo picks needed for this high-octane blues rocker, who keeps it simple with a single-P-90 signature Epiphone and namesake Blackstar head that doubles as his carry-on.
6. OpethThe Swedish prog-metal sorcerers dish on their longstanding PRS ties and uncover why they traded traditional tube amps for swappable high-gain Synergy modules.
5. Albert LeeA bona fide twang-guitar legend shares stories of his time with Clapton and gives an inside look at how he approaches his signature sound.
4. IntervalsProg-metal architect Aaron Marshall shows off a pair of dazzling Mayones prototypes before he explains using a small digital footprint for tons of tones.
3. Josh SmithA bona fide blues shredder breaks down his powerful pedalboard and rips some licks on his trusty Chapin T-style.
2. Tom BukovacWhen you’re one of the most recorded guitarists in Nashville, you make sure you can cover all the bases. Watch this in-depth look at the amazing vintage guitars, rare amps, and massive pedalboard that inspires one of Nashville’s first-call session players.
1. Rick BeatoOne of YouTube’s leading music authorities opens up his well-stocked studio and shares the stories behind some of his most cherished gear.
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