The image from the pedalboard dates back to 2004 Toronto concerts, and original poster of pedalboard photos can be found [here](https://forum.guitar.com/complete-rig-25/wilco-2004-164006). Also, photos of the concert that this pedalboard photo is from can be found [here.](http://www.chromewaves.net/concertPhotos.php?concertPhotosID=44). In this photo, the Prunes and Custard pedal can be seen.more
Geoff Kraly: On the bass end of things, the bass is going through the pedal board that you’ll see, so all the pedals are for the bass. There’s three distortion pedals, there’s a Devi Ever Bit, which is an 8-bit gated fuzz. There’s a Tech 21 VT Bass, which is a SansAmp distortion. I use it more like a clean boost in a way, it’s not heavily distorted. There’s a Prunes and Custard pedal by Crowther Audio, which is made in New Zealand. It’s kind of a filter distortion. There’s two delay pedals. One is a Malekko 616, and a crazy, Particle granular delay by Red Panda. Probably the biggest part of the sound for Paris Monster is the Eventide PitchFactor. That’s doing all the pitch shifting on a few different settings. That’s on 80% of the time in this band. Maybe a little less than that. Then, an Ernie Ball volume pedal. I think that’s about it. Yeah, and then some expression knobs and AUX switches for the Eventide.more
Used on *Why'd I Try*, as listed in this archive of the equipment list from Grandfather's official website. > **Jonathan Silverman (bass):** > 1976 Fender P-Bass > > 1966 Fender Bassman (Vintage Blackface 50 watt) > > 1×15 Cabinets w/ EVM15-L Speaker > > Crowther Prunes and Custard > > Pigtronix Attack/Sustain > > Pigtronix Disnortion > > DR Hi-Beam Bass Strings > > Dunlop 2.0mm Picks It is also visible in [this November 29, 2010 live photo with Grandfather](https://1.bp.blogspot.com/_vgOFPSn0qEA/TM9glLCDcPI/AAAAAAAAC_c/CnYGBvi9bUw/s1600/0002-GF-10-29-10_filtered.jpg), taken from [this November 1, 2010 DaveCromwell Writes review of *Why'd I Try*](https://davecromwellwrites.blogspot.com/2010/11/grandfather-why-id-try-album-review.html).more
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