http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STcW8dkYZ8o His lead tone comes in at around 4 minutes in the vid. there is not a lot of info on the net about his rig besides that he uses 2 rock amps, tubescreamers, and a g force multi effects. Some detailed feedback on how to get there is greatly appreciated. Some other info is that he actually plays an electric mandolin, not a guitar. I can get close to his sound with a Les Paul, compression-> tubescreamer->tubescreamer-> delay, into a fender amp. But can't quite get that smooth, clear, soaring nature to his lead tone. It is kind of a mixture of trey Anastasio and David Gilmour.