Bass tone of the day: 1983 Squier JV Jazz into a pair of ‘77 Fender Silverface Twins. One going to the 2x15″, the other going to the 4x12″ stack, both being pushed with Mintone ‘More’ pedals. And a D.I’d Sansamp VT for luck.
Theresa plugs her Mustang into her Boss TU-2 tuner. From there, it hits her JHS Sweet Tea Overdrive, JHS PRestige buffered boost, Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork and an EHX Small Stone Nano. Next is an EarthQuaker Devices Dispatch Master, Catalinbread Adineko, TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb, and a Boss DD-5 Digital Delay which sends the signal back to the amp.
One of Theresa’s most prized instruments is a bass made for her by Stella Mozgawa’s father. The neck, tuners, bridge, and pickup came from some ‘60s-era Fender P basses. The source of the body remains a mystery. Theresa keeps it strung with flatwounds.
After loosing her pedalboard while on tour in Iceland, and then quickly crafting together a replacement board, Emily took the best of both setups for her current cache of stomps. The signal starts with a Boss TU-2 tuner and then goes into an Ibanez TS8808DX Tube Screamer Overdrive Pro Deluxe, Electro-Harmonix Holy Grail Nano, TC Electronic Corona, Electro-Harmonix Neo Clone Nano, Strymon El Capistan, and a Boss DD-7. A Voodoo Lab Pedal Power sits underneath the board.