“This was an old song, actually. Tom was going through the old catalog – occasionally, songs get half-written or we never finish them. I think he said this one was from the Wildflowers period. He discovered a demo of it. It was near the end of this album, and he thought that he could finish it and it would be good for the band. It ended up great.
“The rhythm guitar is Tom on a Telecaster. Then he plays a little first fuzztone somewhere near the end, and then there's a high guitar – I think that was my Les Paul. The basic rhythm track is just Telecaster.
“About halfway through the album, Fender brought this amp in called the Excelsior. It's like a vintage amp – it has two knobs on it and a 15-inch speaker. We used it on some of the overdubs. We liked it so much, we're going to make it a Heartbreakers model. We're going to call it the ‘Heartbreakers amp.’"