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One Question Interviews: Caffiends

Lance (Caffiends – guitar)

SPB: From when you were starting out to now, what parts of your (gear) setup have really helped voice your sound over the years?

Lance: Wow, I would have to say all of our gear is really important for our sound. Haha, I mean over the years, I have learned that just turning on, plugging in, turn up, and playing as fast as I can is not always a set up for a success for sound, but sometimes you can get lucky I guess. Though, if I had to pick, it would have to be mostly my amp heads, and pickups in my guitars that have been the best help in my sound changes over the years to get the sound I like.

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