Guitar Player magazine
September 2011

“I’LL OFTEN WRITE A SONG THAT I THINK IS GOING to be for one project, and then it turns out that it works better for something else,” says Canadian guitarist Paul Pigat in reference to his two very different albums, Cousin Harley and Boxcar Campfire. “For instance, ‘It’s a Sin’ was originally going to be a Boxcar song,” Pigat explains. “But then I plugged in one of my Gretsches and turned the reverb up to ten, and it was like, ‘Hold on, there’s a great surf guitar riff that fits with this.’ And all of a sudden it became the title track for the Cousin Harley record.”

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