#1
Any body know what Amp(s) wezzer uses. Im trying to find that classic "My Name is Jonas" sound with some modulating software.
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#3
He lays on the distortion pretty thick, try a fuzzbox or something.
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#4
I just learned some awesome stuff about their drum kits from that link. Thanks, dude!
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#5
Not that much to the non-acoustic parts of MNiJ tone-wise or playing-wise I usually just wing it with the classic stack setting on my cube 30x
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#6
That's easy. Just fix the knobs until it sounds bad.
If everything could ever feel this real forever,
If anything could ever be this good again,
The only thing I'll ever ask of you,
You've got to promise not to stop when I say when.
#7
I think they used a Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier (which sounds kinda ridiculous)
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#8
Quote by Zer0_In
I think they used a Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier (which sounds kinda ridiculous)


Nah, up until about 1996, Rivers used a Mesa live and in the studio because it was loud, sounded good and didn't have the usual vintage tube amp problem of crap tone at low volumes. Sadly it was uninsured, and became a victim of airplane cargo pick-up.
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#9
Quote by GatesIsGod
That's easy. Just fix the knobs until it sounds bad.


You know, you're pretty funny.

/sarcasm
#10
Sweet. I love using the Mesa Boogie sound. Ill check that out.
1981 Gibson Les Paul Custom (Black Beauty)
1980 Marshall JMP 2204