Check out the pedal boards and rig breakdowns of famous guitarists.
Somehow managing to seamlessly bridge the gaps between blues, soul, funk, pop and country while still always sounding distinctly Mayer, John Mayer has a lot of tools in his toolbox to present a varied yet coherent signature sound. Continue reading
Raised in the industrial city of Akron, Ohio, Auerbach grew up listening to his uncles play bluegrass music and his dad’s old blues records. He flunked out of college because he was busy practicing guitar and, by his own admission, listening to way too much Junior Kimbrough. Continue reading
Gary Clark Jr. gets his tasty blues tones from an Epiphone Casino guitar, his Fender Vibroking amp, and a relatively small collection of effects pedals. When interviewed by Guitar World magazine, Gary said “The whole pedal world is kind of new to me because the traditional blues guys in Austin will raise their eyebrows if your pedal board looks too busy.