#1
Does anyone know what kind of guitars Nickelback uses? Or their amps as well?

Much appreciated
#5
Chad mostly uses Paul Reed Smith (PRS Guitars); including Singlecut, McCarty 2, and 513 models. He's also been seen with Gibson and Gretsch electric guitars in his early career. He is said to have an Epiphone 7-string electric guitar as well. He has also been seen playing Martin, Yamaha, Gibson, Babicz, Fender, and Tacoma acoustic guitars. He has also been seen using Ryan Peake's acoustic guitar given to him by his father.
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I don't really know much about nickelback, but judging from what I've seen/heard, Chad uses PRS guitars and Mesa amps, but that's just what I'm guessing, as Mesa is used by alot of people in that genre.
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When playing, Peake mostly uses Gibson guitars such as Les Pauls, Gibson Explorers and Gibson Flying Vs, as well as a modified glass Lucite Gibson look alike Flying V that he plays Figured You Out with live in concert. He has also been seen using a Gretsch double neck electric guitar to play Someday before the band decided to have Chad Kroeger's guitar technician, Tim "Timmy" Dawson, play the 3rd guitar in concert, who has become popular thanks to Nickelback's European tour in September 2008. In Peake's early career, he mostly used modified Fender Telecasters. He would replace the Telecaster's pickups with EMG Humbuckers. He also uses Morgan and Gibson acoustic guitars. In concert, Peake uses his father's old acoustic guitar to play Photograph, this guitar can be seen played by Kroeger in the song's music video. He has a guitar-playing style similar to Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett.

He plays through Mesa/Boogie Rectifiers and uses several effects.
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nickelback sucks balls
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#12
chad uses a stringed dog carcus played with dead baby fingernails.

That's how he gets that "amazing" tone.
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When playing, Peake mostly uses Gibson guitars such as Les Pauls, Gibson Explorers and Gibson Flying Vs, as well as a modified glass Lucite Gibson look alike Flying V that he plays Figured You Out with live in concert. He has also been seen using a Gretsch double neck electric guitar to play Someday before the band decided to have Chad Kroeger's guitar technician, Tim "Timmy" Dawson, play the 3rd guitar in concert, who has become popular thanks to Nickelback's European tour in September 2008. In Peake's early career, he mostly used modified Fender Telecasters. He would replace the Telecaster's pickups with EMG Humbuckers. He also uses Morgan and Gibson acoustic guitars. In concert, Peake uses his father's old acoustic guitar to play Photograph, this guitar can be seen played by Kroeger in the song's music video. He has a guitar-playing style similar to Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett.

He plays through Mesa/Boogie Rectifiers and uses several effects.



How dare you reference nickelback and foo fighters in the same sentence, unless the sentence is "Foo Fighters > Nickelback x1000".
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How dare you reference nickelback and foo fighters in the same sentence, unless the sentence is "Foo Fighters > Nickelback x1000".


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#16
Why is there so much hate for Nickelback? I think that they're pretty good. They're certainly not the best, but not the worst either.
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Why is there so much hate for Nickelback? I think that they're pretty good. They're certainly not the best, but not the worst either.
They are the epitome of generic rock.
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Why is there so much hate for Nickelback? I think that they're pretty good. They're certainly not the best, but not the worst either.

It's called the green eyed monster

They are lambasted constantly, yet they sell incredibly well. It's mostly bandwagoning I figure.
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