Graham Clise User Review
"Graham Clise is one of the most-heralded underground rock guitarists of the past 15 years. A mashup of Chuck Berrry, BOC's Buck Dharma and Black Flag's Greg Ginn, his style is unique and relentless. Clise plays in a half-dozen groups, but his main gig is with scuzz rockers Lecherous Gaze, which will release its new album, One Fifteen, in January."
What gear did you use on One Fifteen?
"For the majority of the guitar tracks I used a 1970 Dan Armstrong guitar with stock Rock Treble pickup, which is a low-output single-coil. My main rhythm amp was a '68 200-watt Marshall Major. That amp sounds really great and is horrifyingly loud."
Any broken-guitar horror stories?
"Luckily not yet! I make sure to never check my guitar when flying. If you get a small enough case, you can take your guitar on the plane, or at the very least check it at the gate, which is a much safer way to go."
Interviewed in Vintage Guitar Magazine
January 2017 Issue, Vol. 31, No. 03