Here’s the Gear We Used on Our New Album

We’ve been getting lots of compliments on the sound quality of our new album. (Thank you!) Much of that credit goes to our amazing engineering team on the project (Scott Fish, recording engineer; Matt Werden, mixing; and Jessica Thompson, mastering). But of course it all starts with strings and vibrating wood, so we wanted to give a quick shout out to the fine instrument and accessory makers that make all the sounds on the album possible.

Instrument Strings Pick
Dan Customized Nechville Phantom Banjo GHS PF170 Regular Light Dunlop brass thumbpick & fingerpicks
Roy Martin HD-28e Retro Acoustic Guitar D’Addario EJ17 Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings (Medium) Wegen Bluegrass Guitar Pick (1.4mm)
Nate Eastman MD515 F Style Mandolin D’Addario EJ74 Phosphor Bronze Mandolin Strings (.011-.040) BlueChip TP50 pick
Matt 1950-54 King Mortone Bass Eurosonic Light Gauge N/A
Liz Anonymous Markneukirchen Violin c. 1900 restored by Sam Payton (Philadelphia)  Evah Pirazzi Violin Strings N/A
Photos (c) 2017 Brad Remick Photography

Listen here–and you can stream the whole album on Spotify or Bandcamp.

2017-05-30T14:25:46+00:00 May 29th, 2017|