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Blues/Rock

Description: Really fat Leslie West/Paul Kossoff lead tone with superb natural sustain, on the edge of feeding back. Very loud and big! 

Setting: Plug in to socket number 2, with guitar on neck pickup. Set eq with bass around 9 or 10, with mid and treble about halfway. Drive should be set around 3, but open master volume to 7. Use “more drive” option with just a touch of reverb, between 1 and 2.

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5 Responses to “Blues/Rock”

  1. Avatar of dieselfeet
    dieselfeet April 29, 2010 at 1:46 AM #

    Hi,

    Are you using single coils or humbuckers with these settings?

    Paul

  2. Avatar of SleepWalken
    SleepWalken May 3, 2010 at 6:35 AM #

    Hey Paul,

    I used single coils for this setting.

  3. Avatar of dieselfeet
    dieselfeet June 7, 2010 at 4:16 AM #

    Thanks man – will give it a try….once I get my HRD back from the repair shop!

  4. Alex June 14, 2010 at 9:13 PM #

    Hey, I just tried this on my fender frontman 212 reverb amp. I know it’s a different amp but i still got an amazing sound. Very close to what I’m looking for actually, Thanks for the help. Even with transistor amps fender still creates an amazing tone.

  5. Mark Pollock August 8, 2010 at 8:26 AM #

    I too have a HRD, and use a PRS Soapbar (P90s) to play “Mississippi Queen” in our band. You are correct. Have to get the bass up all the way, and bring down the treble. The bottom end in the HRD is not as big as it is, when I use my Twin. But, how can you live with the volume at 7? That is LOUD?

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