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Paul Gilberts tone circa 1994

Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by ssites, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. ssites

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    I'm guessing it was the ADA, although not 100%.
     
  3. ssites

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    yeah I believe you are right.

    I had one until 2001. I don't think I appreciated how killer these were. Funny they are so cheap on ebay now.
     
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    With Paul his tone always starts with the pickups. I believe at that time he was still using dual Dimarzio Super Distortions, both wired in parallel.
     
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    I also think it was the ADA MP1. Not sure of the power amp.
     
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    Not sure when this instructional video was filmed. He had long hair......(vintage yo'. :dude)



     
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