#1
How do you get that tone? I've experimented with the tone knobs and different pickups but I can't get anything similar to that. It might just be my amp (Peavy Vypyr 30), but idk.
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You get a Gibson Les Paul 89 Standard.
You get a Marshall JCM Halfstack.
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lmao, if you want it to sound just like the song.....then do that ^
#5
Clean marshall setting,

play round with the EQ a bit, but you need chorus too.

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doesnt slash use gibson dirty fingers pickups? just wondering
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doesnt slash use gibson dirty fingers pickups? just wondering

Last Time I checked, he uses Seymour Duncan Alnico Pros

Anyway, the Closest sound you coud get is with a Gibson 88(?) Les Paul, Marshall Silver Jubilee on Clean, and some kinda Chorus, not sure what one Slash uses though.

The Easiest way to get would be messing with your amp EQ, clean channel, and get a Chorus peadl
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#16
i think it's a Roland JC-120 for the clean stuff. Slash mentioned using that and a twin for some cleaner tones stuff on Appetite.
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You get a Gibson Les Paul 89 Standard.
You get a Marshall JCM Halfstack.
Call Slash and ask for further help.

the album was recorded before '87 lol
#19
It sounds exactly like the intro to Falling to Pieces (Velvet Revolver). It came by on the radio and I first thought it was some kind of Paradise City remix.
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doesnt slash use gibson dirty fingers pickups? just wondering

no. i forget what he uses but if i remember it was nothing fancy as he likes to get all of his tone from his amp.
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It sounds exactly like the intro to Falling to Pieces (Velvet Revolver). It came by on the radio and I first thought it was some kind of Paradise City remix.


It really doesn't, listen to it again
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#22
how can anyone think that sounds like paradise city?
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#23
Maybe I'm confusing it with another old GnR song

Must be a well known song
The verse to Sweet Child O Mine maybe?
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Quote by kurtcobainsucks
doesnt slash use gibson dirty fingers pickups? just wondering



Seymour Duncans Alnico II are his favourite and he recorded Appetite with those.
#25
1) Buy a gibson les paul with alnico 2 pickups
2) Buy the marshall amp that slash uses (idk which)
3) Add chorus on clean
4) ???
5) Profit!

But yeah you need chorus on a clean, marshall-voiced channel. Not sure which one that is on a vypyr though.
#26
Slash said that in the studio for AFD he used a Roland for the cleans on several songs including Sweet Child and Paradise City. For his live clean sound he uses Marshall Silver Jubillee heads.

From Snakepit.org :
Clean Tone- Presence: 0, Bass: 9, Mid: 3, Treble: 5 1/2, Output Master: 10, Lead Master: 0, Input Gain: 4. (adjust according to amp and keep in mind that these are the same settings Slash uses on his amps)

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i read he uses some type of alcino seymour duncans


In his custom les paul he uses duncans, it was actually a custom made guitar, only like 20 of them exist if I remember right, all handmade by a guy in LA.

But back to the question at hand, even slash said that he couldnt duplicate his tone exactly from that album, it was just perfect conditions when his parts were recorded.

To Above: Actually I read that he used a custom marshall head that he rented
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#28
Pickups? Irrelevant...if they're too hot then you just turn the volume down.

Clean tone, not a lot of bass...use the bridge pickup, pick a bit closer to the bridge add a touch of compression to get that "sproinginess" in the sound and finish it off with a bit of slap-back delay or reverb if you can't get slap-back.
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#29
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doesnt slash use gibson dirty fingers pickups? just wondering


Far from it. Dirty Fingers are high output pickups. Slash uses Seymour Duncan Alnico II's which are low output pickups.
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