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The Rig Doctor heads to the Sunset Marquis Hotel in Hollywood to revamp King Zapata's rig for the latest Gary Clark Jr. tour.

 

 

 

Gary Clark Jr.’s longtime tech Dave Holman met with Premier Guitar’s John Bohlinger before their three-night sold-out run at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium for a look at Gary Clark Jr.’s simple, yet stellar, setup. Later, JB met with King Zapata who showed off how he uses his complex rig for layering deep soundscapes.

When Gary Clark Jr. took over the scene with his debut Warner release, Blak and Blu, he did it armed with this 2007 Epiphone Casino packed with the stock P-90s. “Red” stays strung with D’Addario Chromes (.011–.014–.018p–.028–.038–.049). This ’90s Ibanez Blazer, a gift from Gary Clark Jr.’s mother, is where it all started. The Blazer stays strung with D’Addario Custom Nickel Roundwounds.

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Greg Koch recently collaborated with Reverend Guitars to build the Greg Koch Signature Gristlemaster. This T-Style was inspired by Koch’s vintage Teles, but jam-packed with modern innovations like a slightly larger, chambered korina body, a roasted-maple, compound-radius neck, Wilkinson Classic 3-saddle bridge with staggered brass saddles, and a set of his signature Fishman Gristle-Tone pickups. He even got creative with the color names. Shown here is the model in Blucifer.

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