Guitar World Magazine recently published an interview with Eric Johnson:
GUITAR WORLD: You’re known as the man with the tone. When you’re on the road, how hard is it to keep your sound the way you want it, considering the different venues and halls?
EJ: It’s interesting; that’s the original reason I fell in the rabbit hole. I would play gigs where my guitar sound was really great and other nights when it was horrible. At the end of the day, it’s an X-factor, a mojo thing, like the wind. You can’t wrestle the wind into being your slave. It is what it is. We have to realize our limitations as humans and go with that universal flow. Then we can become bigger and better. If we try to do it ourselves, you just keep running into brick walls.
I think in the big sense, there is so much you can do to manipulate your sound…. [CLICK HERE] to read the rest in the interview…