Milky Chance brought their house/reggae/R&B/folk hybrid to Nashville and invited PG to hang at soundcheck. Multi-instrumentalists Clemens Rehbein and Antonio Greger showed off how to travel light on international flights and still cover all the tones they need in a night.
Clemens Rehbein tours with two striking American vintage guitars. His No. 1 is a 1964 Fender Jazzmaster with an original three-tone sunburst. The JM has been updated with a Mastery bridge
and is strung with D’Addario .011–.046 strings.
For something a bit warmer, Clemens Rehbein goes with this equally covetable 1965 Guild Starfire. It’s stock but missing all the original knobs and this natural finish beauty stays strung with D’Addario .011–.046 strings.
Antonio Greger’s No. 1 is his 1984 Gibson ES-347 strung with D’Addario .011–.046 strings (with a wound 3rd string). His pick preference is Dunlop Tortex Standard 1 mm.