Fuzz Section in Over the Hills and Far Away

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by bhefner89, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. bhefner89

    bhefner89 Member

    Dec 10, 2008
    I've got a nice clean sound that I achieved using a small solid state fender reverb, but as I go for the distortion, The contrast is very harsh by comparison. I've tried messing with levels, taking fuzz level very low, and going d.I. Direct sounded bad for this song; does anyoe have any tips for producing that warm fuzz effect that works well with the clean tone and doesn't smother?

    I'm only using Garageband and an AKG acoustic mic through interface, so I know that the quality is not going to be remarkable, but I'm missing something regarding the tonal alchemy.

    Tried using Marhall 1959 HW head for a bit, but didn't find it, an the Frnder '57 Tweed wasn't even close.

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