Gear on album On every street

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Guitars

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Amps and effects on this album

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Track 1 – Calling Elvis

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – lead – center channel

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstylePensa-Suhr MK I
bridge + middle + mid-boost ?
standardcompression/limiter, reverb
no info available

Guitar two – rhythm- left channel

Mark Knopfler [~50%], Phil Palmer [~50%] strummedTelecaster ?
bridge ?standardreverb
no info available

Guitar three – riff/lead licks – left channel

Comes in at 00:34

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedal Steel Guitar

Openreverb
no info available

Related blog posts:

Calling Elvis chord analysis – Major, minor, no-third, power chords

Mark Knopfler licks using the b5 note

 

 

Track 2 – On every street

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one –  lead / end riff – right channel

Comes in at 00:32

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstyle,
Schecter Stratocaster CAR  S8218 ? or Fender Stratocaster #68354 ?bridge + middle or neck + middlestandardreverbno info available

Guitar two – rhythm/lead licks – center channel

lead licks just after “…on every street”

Comes in at 00:39

Mark Knopfler [~70%], pickGibson Super 400 ?standardreverb, tremolo
no info available

Guitar three – end riff – left channel

Comes in at 2:52

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstyle,Schecter Stratocaster CAR  S8218 ? or Fender Stratocaster #68354 ?bridge + middle or neck + middle

Guitar four – lead licks – left/center channel

Pan position about 11:00

Comes in at 0:51

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedal Steel Guitar

Openreverb
no info available

 

 

Track 3 – When it comes to you

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – lead – center channel

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstylePensa-Suhr MK Ibridge + middle + mid-boost ?standardcompression/limiter, reverbno info available

Guitar two – riff – left channel

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstyleNational steel guitar,1937 Style O or 1928 Tricone
open reverbno info available

Guitar three – rhythm – right  channel

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstyleSchecter Stratocaster CAR  S8218 ? or Fender Stratocaster #68354 ?
bridge + middlestandardno info available

 

 

Track 4 – Fade to black

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – lead 1 – left channel

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstyleGibson Super 400
standardreverbno info available

Guitar two – lead 2 – right channel

Comes in at 00:49

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedal Steel Guitar

Openreverb
no info available

 

 

Track 5 – The bug

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – riff – center channel

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstyleFender Stratocaster #68354 ? (as seen in the clip) or Schecter Stratocaster white with Fender decal ? (as seen on tour)bridge + middlestandardcompression/limiter, reverbno info available

Guitar two – rhythm – right channel

Mark Knopfler [50%], Phil Palmer [50%]

bridge + middlestandard
compression/limiter, reverbno info available

Guitar three – lead – left channel

Comes in at 01:17

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedal Steel Guitar

Openreverb
no info available

Related blog posts:

The 6/#9 chord – Mark Knopfler’s Train Chord

Mark Knopfler licks around the 7/9 chord

 

 

Track 6 – You and your friend

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – lead 1 – right channel

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstyleGibson Les Paul Standard 1984 (reissue of a late 50ies)middle + bridge (out of phase)standardcompression/limiter,reverbno info available

Guitar two – center channel

Comes in at 3:30

Mark Knopfler [~50%], Phil Palmer [~50%]
middle
standardcompression/limiter,reverbno info available

Guitar three – lead 2 – left channel

Paul Franklin [100%], Slideacoustic lap steel “The Box”

Openreverb

 

 

Track 7 – Heavy fuel

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – riff – center channel

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstylePensa-Suhr MK Ibridge + middle + mid-boost ?standardcompression/limiter,reverbno info available

Guitar two – lead licks – center channel

Comes in at 00:46

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedal Steel Guitar

Openreverb, delay
no info available

 

 

Track 8 – Iron hand

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – rhythm- center channel

Mark Knopfler[100%],MK fingerstyleGibson J45 standardreverb

Guitar two – lead licks – left channel

Comes in at 1:00

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedabro
Openreverb

 

 

Track 9 – Ticket to heaven

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – lead – center channel

Mark Knopfler[100%], MK fingerstyleGibson J45 ?standardreverb

Guitar two – strummed chords- leftchannel

Mark Knopfler [~50%], Phil Palmer [~50%]Stratocaster ?standardreverbno info available

Guitar three- rhythm – left channel

Mark Knopfler [~50%], Phil Palmer [~50%]Acoustic guitarstandardreverb

Guitar four- rhythm – right channel

Mark Knopfler [~50%], Phil Palmer [~50%]Acoustic guitar
standardreverb

Guitar five- lead licks – center channel

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedal Steel Guitar

Openreverb
no info available

 

 

Track 10 – My parties

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – lead – center channel

Mark Knopfler[100%], MK fingerstyleSchecter Stratocaster CAR  S8218 ? or Fender Stratocaster #68354 ?middle + bridgestandardcompression/limiter,reverbno info available

Guitar two – rhythm – left channel

Mark Knopfler[100%], MK fingerstyleSchecter Stratocaster CAR  S8218 ? or Fender Stratocaster #68354 ? or Gibson super 400 ?
middle + bridgestandardcompression/limiter,reverbno info available

 

 

Track 11 – Planet of New Orleans

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – lead – center channel

Mark Knopfler[100%], MK fingerstylePensa-Suhr MK Ibridge + middle + mid-boost ?standardcompression/limiter,reverbno info available

Guitar two – rhythm – center channel

Comes in at 2:07

Mark Knopfler [~50%], Phil Palmer [~50%]?standardcompression/limiter,reverbno info available

Guitar three – lead licks – right channel

Comes in at 1:10

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedal Steel Guitar

Openreverb
no info available

 

 

Track 12 – How long

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – lead 1 – center/left channel

Pan position about 11:00

Mark Knopfler[100%], MK fingerstylePensa-Suhr MK Imiddlestandardcompression/limiter,reverbno info available

Guitar two – rhythm – right channel

Mark Knopfler [~50%], Phil Palmer [~50%]acoustic guitarstandardreverb

Guitar three – rhythm – left channel

Mark Knopfler [~90%], Phil Palmer [~10%]acoustic guitarstandardreverb

Guitar  four – lead 2 – center/right channel

Pan position about 2:00

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedabro

Openreverb

Guitar five – lead licks – center channel

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedal Steel Guitar

Openreverb
no info available

 

 

Bonus Track 1 – Millionaire blues

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – lead – center channel

Mark Knopfler[100%], MK fingerstylePensa-Suhr MK Ibridge + middle + mid-boost ?standardcompression/limiter,reverbno info available

Guitar two – rhythm – left channel

Mark Knopfler [~50%], Phil Palmer [~50%], strummedreverbno info available

Guitar three – rhythm/lead licks – right channel

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedal Steel Guitar

Openreverb
no info available

 

 

Bonus Track 2 – Kingdom come

MusicianGuitarPick-upTuningEffectsAmp

Guitar one – lead – center channel

Mark Knopfler[100%], MK fingerstylePensa-Suhr MK Ibridge + middle + mid-boost ?standardcompression/limiter,reverbno info available

Guitar two – rhythm – center channel

Mark Knopfler [~20%], Phil Palmer [~80%]acoustic guitarstandardreverb

Guitar three- rhythm – left channel

Mark Knopfler [100%], MK fingerstyleSchecter Stratocaster CAR  S8218 ? or Fender Stratocaster #68354 ? or Schecter Telecaster Vermillion red S8703 ?bridge ? or bridge + middle ? or neck + middle ?standardreverb

Guitar four – lead licks – center channel

Paul Franklin [100%], SlidePedal Steel Guitar

Openreverb
no info available

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3 thoughts on “Gear on album On every street

  1. Just FYI…

    The ‘Pedabro’ used on “How Long” got me to doing a little poking around — and according to Paul Franklin’s bio on his website, the intro and solo on “You And Your Friend” was not done with the Pedabro, but rather with “The Box”, an acoustic sort-of lap steel.

    http://paul-franklin.com/?page_id=23

    Love the site and the tremendous amount of information — keep up the great work!

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