#1
I remember reading an interview with Andrew Stockdale, the guitarist/vocalist of Wolfmother, on UG. He talked about using a 355 in the studio, not a SG. he went on to talk about the pedals he uses, but I forgot what he uses. I ended up looking like a fool today for refering to a small stone (pedal that Stockdale uses) as a distortion pedal. turns out its a flanger or somthing. Can someone find the url to the interview or find out what pedals he uses?
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#3
thats the one. thanks a ton

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Quote by Dr. Patrick Hardy, president of Nu Pi Sigma chapter and principal at Ellis Arts Academy
“The purpose is to show that African-American men can do more than shoot people, rap and play basketball”


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#4
does anyone know what pedal or whatever he uses for his fuzz tones?
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#5
A Vox Tonebender or his Xotic AC booster (he's got 2 I think running together)
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