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TONE NAME: princeton amb

  • Created with: Spider V 30
  • Author:
  • Song:
    Princeton chorus ss 1988
  • Band:
    homemade
  • Guitarist:
    ady
  • Style:
    Blues
  • Date: 2/12/24
  • Downloads: 162
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  • Comments:
    The clean introduction to "Pull Me Under" features at least two guitars. Quite possibly a steel sting acoustic and an electric guitar with a chorus/delay effect. The vibrato following each chordal figure is applied by use of a vibrato bar. John uses the middle position of his split dual humbucker guitar to achive a clean shimmering tone. His Mesa Boogie amplifer is set on the clean channel and running at full power to provide tremendous headroom with no break up. John prefers a tri-chorus effect, digital delay, and compression for many of his clean tones.

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