Tone Talk Interview

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Interviewee’s Personal details




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Photographer Credit

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Introductory Paragraph

For our introductory paragraphs, please tell readers about yourself (background, etc.), musical influences, and your current projects—basically, what you would most like for them to know. (Please do not cut and paste website bio. Be creative and use your own words.)

Tone Talk Questions

What is your definition of tone, and how has it changed over the years?

What are your favorite tonewoods?

Which guitars, amps, and pedals are you currently using and why?

What about strings?

Are there certain recording techniques you prefer in the studio?

How do you keep your sound consistent onstage?

What does your practice consist of?

Favorite guitar riff or lick that inspired you to pick up the guitar and play?

What is your advice for young women who hope to work in the music industry?


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