“I was writing with a guy named Luke Potashnick [Rooster, lots of sessions, T... more
“I was writing with a guy named Luke Potashnick [Rooster, lots of sessions, The Temperance Movement – Ed] ] who’s an amazing guitarist,” she explains on how she came by the guitar. “I was going through his guitar collection and his Martin, as soon as I was playing it, I was thinking, ‘This is just ridiculous’. So he put me in touch with Martin in the UK. I tried a few guitars and I chose the 000-15.
“I just loved it. It’s small, but the sound is really warm without being too bright. Tom [Crouch, Aplin’s guitarist] hates me because I never change my strings. I like them sounding old and dead... but without sounding too, um, s**t! [laughs]. They’re not too flouncy or pretentious; just beautiful. And now I have two.” - via Music Radar
The artist says "I went to LA, there’s an amazing shop called Norman’s Rare G... more
The artist says "I went to LA, there’s an amazing shop called Norman’s Rare Guitars – he has loads of vintage guitars and stuff. I just went in and saw this amazing Gretsch, and I was like, ‘Alright, I’m done!" From the pictures, it is the guitar mentioned.
At around 0:50, she can be seen playing what looks to be a Martin 00-28VS for... more
At around 0:50, she can be seen playing what looks to be a Martin 00-28VS for her session.
Fender Blues Junior is talked about in the article more
Fender Blues Junior is talked about in the article
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