In this article from Vintage Guitar Magazine in September 2010, Steve states that he uses a Seymour Duncan Shape Shifter Pedal when playing live: "Next is a Boss DD-2 set for when I play “Fly Like an Eagle.” Then there’s a Boss DD-2 set for short delays, a Keeley compressor, a Seymour Duncan SFX-07 Shape Shifter, and a Vox V847 wah."more
"I’m the proud user and abuser of both the Seymour Duncan Pickup Booster & Shape Shifter pedals. The Pickup Booster gives any amp that extra gain (without thinning out the low end of your tone like some classic overdrive pedals do) meaning you don’t have to push the amp to trouser-flapping volumes, and is an essential weapon when flying in to hired-backline shows. You never know what you’re gonna get from some rental amps, this little box gives it that well needed surge, it’s like steroids for a tube amp. It’s saved my sound for two summers when flying into random festivals and such. The Shape Shifter is probably the most versatile Tremolo out there; the controls allow you to dial in some insane throbs and pulses, the rate and depth both feature a range that is far wider than any other I’ve used, and the shape knob is an ingenious first for me. The tap/ratio control is a benchmark that other brands should wake up and compete with. All that and they’re built like tanks that take an endless beating. Can’t say enough good things about ’em.”more
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