Need input on this blues tone.

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by odd, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. odd

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  2. GulfportBound

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    That's a sweet tone just the way it is! Why call the repairman when it isn't broken in the first place?
     
  3. Seektone

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    The lead tone sounds great!
     
  4. mthomps

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    Awesome tone. Even better playing!

    I'm going to guess a Deluxe Reverb and a gibson style guitar on the bridge. How close am I?

    If I'm gonna nit pic maybe scoop a little high mid range out. VERY conservatively. But it sounds fantastic.
     
  5. {Bold-as-love}

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    I'd scoop off a tiny bit of treble.. But that's just me.
     
  6. GCDEF

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    Sounds good to me. Personally, I'd use a little more hair and less treble, but it's a good tone.
     
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    As well as you play, any tone setting is going to sound awesome.
     
  9. odd

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    Thanks so much for the positive feedback.

    It's actually a strat (Hamer Daytona) bridge pickup (DiMarzio Virtual Vintage Solo) into a 5w tube combo (modded Blackheart Little Giant). Also running a Barber Tone Press, Timmy and a bit of delay.
     

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