How To Get The Guitar Sound from Big Log

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by SBax, Sep 5, 2008.

  1. SBax

    SBax Member

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    I know it's a strat with the pickup in position 4 but I'm nowhere close.

    I'm looking for amps settings, pedals, compressor, etc.
    I am also interested in DAW settings to get that sustained, hollow sound. I'm guessing EQ and compression will help?
    Thanks a lot for any advice.

    My Gear List
    1995 Fender American Stratocaster
    1990 Paul Reed Smith CE 24
    2001 Danelectro DC-3.
    1968 Fender Princeton Reverb
    1969 Fender Bandmaster Reverb
    1996 Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
    Blackstone Mosfet Overdrive
    Fulltone Choralflange CF-1
    Voodoo Labs Analog Chorus
    Stamps Drive-O-Matic Overdrive
    Analogman Dynacomp w/ Ross mod
    Boss DD-3 digital delay
    Zoom 9030 Effects Processor
    Sonar 6 Producer Edition digital recording/sequencer
    lots of plugins
     
  2. abadiemet

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    If I'm not mistaken Robbie Blunt's setup was:

    Fender Strat > Boss Chorus > Fender Princetons.

    He also used Mesa amps live.

    Loved him with Robert Plant.
     
  3. SBax

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    I found this....
    58 Strat>Roland CE-1 Chorus set on slow without the boost>Two Fender Princetons.
     
  4. SBax

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    Another opinion...
    "So when Robbie Blunt got the gig as Robert Plant's first post-Zep guitarist, he conjured the haunting, bell-like Strat sound on this track from Plant's solo debut. Blunt used his '56 Strat (which sported a '54 neck) and a Fender Princeton Reverb to create the clanging single-note lines, lazy bends, and double-stop stabs that would become his trademark."
     

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