#1
What is a good amp setting for the kind of tone used in Float On? I was thinking maybe Marshall plexi with slight chorus and reverb with a bit of post gain.

This is on a Peavey Vypyr by the way.
My Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Peavey Vypyr 30
DW Collector's 3 pc drums
Mapex Black panther snare
Sabian AAX/Zildjian K cymbals.
#3
I Couldn't find modest mouse.
My Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Peavey Vypyr 30
DW Collector's 3 pc drums
Mapex Black panther snare
Sabian AAX/Zildjian K cymbals.
#4
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I Couldn't find modest mouse.

then you're supposed to post your question onto that thread
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#5
Getting Brock's tone is pretty hard considering it changes a lot.
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#6
I use a cube 30 and when I play float on I get a good tone with Jazz chorus clean and the neck and middle pickup on my strat with a bunch of treble its a very clean sounding song.

I'm not sure what the vypyr equivalent setting to that would be but the vypyr's pretty much the same thing as the cube.
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