5045 tones found POD HD500 tones
||`01 CLEAN DLYDIS||JOSAFA||Blackface Double Nrm||107|
|JOSAFAGUITARRA||USANDO O PEDAL DE VOLUME PARA BAIXO TERÁ O SOM DO AMP J-800. E USANDO O PEDAL VOLUME PARA CIMA TERÁ O AMP BLACK FACE||8/15/13|
||[ 0 ] Another brick||David Gilmour||Another Brick In The Wall||Pink Floyd||Hiway 100||Blues||1449|
|line-6-user||http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTxCHKfJgBM&list=UUGvooOr0Yl8tHJ67yqpzUtQ&index=1&feature=plcp I use a Standard American Strat. P/U selector on 2nd position (near the bridge)for the Rhythm and 5th position (neck) for the solo. This is the patch that I used on the video. Be prepared to do a little "tap-dance" when changing from rhythm to solo. For the rhythm I use the guitar volume on 5-6 the expression pedal to 0 (heel). For the solo I activate the Tube Screamer, set the volume to 9.5 and increase the expression pedal to 50%. You can switch the phaser too if you want. Hope that you like it. :) Franco P.S. There are also 2 separate presets for the above, Rhythm and Solo.||8/6/12|
||ZZ TWEED||Billy Gibbons||Just Got Paid/Cheap Sunglasses||ZZ Top||Tweed B-Man Brt||1676|
|chrisjw5||I was watching some YouTube videos from Chicago Music Exchange showing off some of the gorgeous pieces they have. And I got to thinking, 'the way they show these, it's an excellent platform to try to cop these sounds'. So I focused on a Pearly Gates demo to get a (duh) Gibbons tone cooking. ["http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHJZEJlosEg"] Starting with Pearly, they used a 20 watt Tweed, a TS808 and the Lester. So I set up a Tweed bright with a 421 Dynamic, a Screamer and a 63 reverb as my starting point. My guitar is an Edwards Jimmy Page with the Supercircuit (not engaged) loaded with Duncans. And with some tweaking, some back-and-forth and some walking away to let my ears rest, damn if I didn't come up with something close. FS5 kicks in a Tube Driver to push harder and make those harmonics jump, FS3 is a Memory Man for some analog delay and FS2 is a Dimension chorus for that Rough Boy sound. Try it.||6/16/12|
||ZZ top Dual Amp||billy gibbons||vincent price blues||zz top||Gibtone 185 / PhD Motorway||502|
||ZZ Gibtone||Gibtone 185||973|
|DrFunk||JTV Les Paul Custom Bridge PU, get out your pinch Harmonics!||6/14/12|
||ZZ Fender||Billy Gibbons||ZZ Top||Blackface 'Lux / Blackface 'Lux||5730|
|chrisjw5||I was looking for a Billy tone that I could use for all of the ZZ periods, from La Grange to Afterburner. This isn't exact for any one album, but I modeled it after the Live in Texas DVD and the VH1 storytellers. Coupling a Fender Deluxe with a Jumbo Fuzz gave me a good "Billy Live" tone. Throaty enough for Tres Hombres but hot enough for Stages. Check out the FX to gunk it all up. Step on FS2 to toggle on both the Digital Delay and Dimension Chorus for some Rough Boy.||2/20/11|
||ZZ Fender||Blackface 'Lux Nrm||468|
||ZZ Beard||Brit J-800 Pre||Classic Rock||5917|
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