From the article:
Holed Up, which premieres at USA TODAY, has the vintage swamp-rock sound that White made famous in the ’60s and ’70s with songs like Polk Salad Annie, Soul Francisco and Willie and Laura Mae Jones.
“The wah is from the Polk Salad Annie days, the old Boomerang, they used to call it,” says White, who favors a 1965 Fender Stratocaster guitar. “Then the fuzz was an old Tonebender I bought in England in ’65. It’s all old equipment, you know, and it goes perfect with analog tape and the way the guys play with me.”
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