What Guitar setup does Nick 13 use?
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In this interview Nick said: “I basically almost always play Gretsch, I will use other guitars in recording to achieve a certain effect on a certain part in a song but what I play live is a ’57 Duo Jet reissue, I do have a ’57 that I use on record but I don’t tour with it any more and I play it through a Fender Tonemaster amp and I use a Boss analog delay.” (From their myspace FAQ:) Live, Nick normally plays a Gretsch Duo Jet ’57 reissue (although he does have a real one at home) through one or more Fender Tone Master amp heads and 2×12″ speaker cabinets. Various vintage analog delay and chorus pedals are used as well, although these tend to rotate a bit. On the recording of III: Ghost Tigers Rise a number of guitars, amps & pedals were used, with the primary amp setup being similar to the above but with an early 60’s Gretsch Double Anniversary being the main guitar. Additional guitar parts were often done with various combinations of pre-CBS Fender amps.