"plopdoggy the guitar is an FR6UCBK and its got bareknuckles in it." more
"plopdoggy the guitar is an FR6UCBK and its got bareknuckles in it."
You can see his bandmate in CHON, Mario Camarena, talking about the guitar 6:... more
You can see his bandmate in CHON, Mario Camarena, talking about the guitar 6:16 into this video. Although the one shown actually belongs to Mario himself, at 6:33 Erick is asked "You got the same thing, alright?", to which he responds "Yeah".
Erick can be seen playing this guitar throughout this video (and several othe... more
Erick can be seen playing this guitar throughout this video (and several others in the same YouTube channel, which belongs to his bandmate in CHON). You can tell it is a RG321 (in Mahogany Oil finish) by its features, like the bridge, fretboard binding and the pickups. There is also a comment below mentioning the model of the guitar, as well as in the other videos as previously noted.
As seen in the source/proof URL, Erick, along with his bandmate in CHON, Mari... more
As seen in the source/proof URL, Erick, along with his bandmate in CHON, Mario Camarena, answered a question asked in their band's AMA, about the guitars they used on tour. Both of them mentioned this particular model, which can be seen in several videos of said band performing iive.
A member of CHON wrote in their second reddit AMA that Erick uses this pedal.... more
A member of CHON wrote in their second reddit AMA that Erick uses this pedal. You can hear it in effect in the studio version of the song "Book" as well as in some live shows, such as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kabrEkr8quo at 9:19, where you can also see Erick stepping on the pedal (which is out of sight) to activate it. The effect is more easily heard at 9:26 in the video.
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