#1
I was wondering how it is possible to copy or get the exact tone of a famous guitar player, is there a software for that? Plz help I'm wishing to replicate Jimmy Page tone, but I don't want to buy a Les Paul and a Marshall so there must be a way. Any help would be greatly apreciated
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#2
haha let the **** talking start.
good luck kid
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#3
The two main software modellers are Amplitube and Guitar Rig, try those but you're probably going to want a humbucker equipped guitar.
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#6
To get the exact same tone of page without buying a les paul and marshall because obviously buying these would make you sound exactly like him, I would advise you to do the folowing things.....

Try to play your strat at a definitive 45 degree angle, the g force that is applied by the atmospheric pressure will eliminate that strat sound and will definatly give you that les paul sound.
Problem one solved.

As for not having a marshall amp, these are mimicked easily. Go to your local store, grab THE largest carboard box there is, paint it blue (must be blue for single cell reasons) place the box half way over the amp you currently have and pierce the box in 12 identical places to let the sound seep through the material.

There you have it Jimmy Page tone....

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#8
Page had more than one tone, pick one... name an album, song or live performance. A Les Paul and Marshall isn't going to get every tone.
#9
Yep, he's used Danelectro's, Strats, ect. and not always Marshalls. Just play around with what you've got until you find something close, his tone isn't very complicated...Otherwise it isn't worth it to spend a lot of money on modeling a single tone from a famous artist....
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I'm not going to help you in your quest - I will instead scold you for not wanting to be yourself, though.
#12
^^And it has CRUSHING OVERDRIVE!
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#13
He also used Tele's quite a bit...
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#14
really to sound EXACTLY like someone else you need the to have the same skill and gear.
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