IBZ 2570 and hd500 for Chuck Loeb tone

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  1. racermann_yang

    racermann_yang Member

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    Hey there!
    I'm using IBZ 2570 and pod hd500 with headphone . I want to find out a Chuck Loeb tone and tried twin-reverb and deluxe and tweed but I can't get a "round" tone as his.
    Does any one have some idea?

    BTW,my PU is a pair of stock dimarzio/IBZ him buckets
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    Thanks a lot!
     
  2. ltkojak

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    He mostly uses an archtop Sadowsky in studio. I don't think you'll get that kind of tone with your actual guitar.

    HTH,
     
  3. racermann_yang

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    Thanks
    How about his live tone?I know he is using a solid Sadowsky at live. Is there any thing about his PU? Or because of his guitar is 22f?
    :huh
     
  4. ltkojak

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    The tonewoods used in that guitar are excellent, to say the least.

    That guitar IS a 22 fretter, and have PAF-like p'ups.

    You can have a look of everything if you go to his website, www.chuckloeb.com > Gear. It's all there.

    HTH,
     
  5. Marcogtr

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    Try this roll volume back around 8 and tone control around 5 on the guitar on the amp try bass at 7 middle at 7 and treble at 2 or 3


    :bonk:bonk
     
  6. Marcogtr

    Marcogtr Member

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    You can get any sound with any guitar if know how to do it...;)
     
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    It always makes me wonder what search brought back a thread from the dead. :)
     

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