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Fugazi has always been a band characterised by strong principals, but the bands guitar sound has been governed strongly by the “keep it simple” ethos. Attempting to achieve much with very little equipment, Fugazi seek to gain a stronger connection with their music without being saddled down by excess gear.
A Sunburst Rickenbacker 330 with RIC HB1 humbuckers.
A Black Rickenbacker 330 with RIC HB1 humbuckers.
A white 1970’s Gibson SG fitted with a Dimazrio Super distortion in the bridge.
A brown1970’s Gibson SG fitted with a Dimazrio Super distortion in the bridge
A Park 100 Watt head,
A Marshall JCM 800 2203 head,
A red Marshall JCM 800 412 cabinet fitted with 75 watt celestion speakers.
A Marshall JCM800 100 watt 2204 [Horizontal Input],
Marshall JCM800 412 cabinet fitted with 65 watt celestion speakers.
An MXR Distortion plus,
A Budda Budwah,
An Echo park Echoplex.
Ian plugs directly into the high gain input in his JCM 800 and also keeps his presence and treble very low and bass and mids cranked on the amp.
Guy Also uses the MXR as a boost pedal.
Guy also alternates between the Park and the Marshall.
For more recent tours he has been seen using the Marshall.