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One Question Interviews: Asbestos Worker

Josh (Asbestos Worker)

SPB: You play everything yourself – What pieces of equipment are the most essential to “the Asbestos Worker” sound?

Josh: The number 1 most important pieces of equipment that is essential for the Asbestos Worker sound is on my pedal board. I use Robo Pedals exclusively and I don't think I could live without them. Various songs have various amps and various cabs. My guitar (a tele) and bass (‘70s jazz) have been a constant. But without these rad pedals (made by Rebecca Burchette of Multicult) there is no Asbestos Worker sound. Check out the Robo Pedals Facebook page to see all of them.

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Words by Loren on June 25, 2020, 5:53 p.m.

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