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One Question Interviews: Storm Ross

Storm Ross

SPB: Is there a single piece of gear that you would say is the most essential to “the Storm Ross sound”?

Ross: As you can see in the video, I primarily play a 2008 Gibson SG Custom. I run this through an array of pedals, ending with a looper that then goes into my amp, a vintage Kustom 200-watt. Since this amp has four channels, I use the other three channels for table electronics; in this instance a Kaossilator, a Kaoss Pad, and another looper. The result is a big mono blast that allows me to mix on the fly while playing live.

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Words by Loren on Aug. 25, 2020, 8:44 p.m.

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