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In this Rig Rundown with Nick Harmer of Death Cab for Cutie, he talks about not just the pedals on his board, but also four others of which he got rid of sometime between the beginning of the tour and at the time of filming this Rig Rundown. The first was the Super Hard On by Zvex, removed for adding "too much grit".more
"Right now, it’s a Les Paul with P-90 pickups & a bigsby trem into a Z-Vex Octane 3, an SIB Mr. Echo, a Z-Vex Lo-fi Loop Junkie, & then a Z-Vex Super Hard On. Amps vary, but I like the 1965 reissue Fender Twin with the 15 inch speaker, &/or a Traynor Bassmaster head into a 1x12 cab. With Low, I’ll use smaller amps - a Carr Mercury, Fender Vibroverb, or just a Champ."more
Middle row on the left on his pedalboard, Keith Murray's Zvex Super Hard On can be spotted. In [an interview](http://images.equipboard.com/uploads/source/image/34972/uhXGb4d.png) he discusses his signal chain in order, and the Super Hard On is the last pedal he references: > Into a–I’m not done answering this one! Into a Z-VEX Box of Rock, which is the primary distortion pedal, into a Z-VEX Super Hard-On.more