#1
I am looking for a pedal to give me this tone. I am talking about the distorted tone not the clean tone. I used a JCM 900 amp simulator on it and would like a similar sound from a pedal. I have a Palomino v50 but it can't quite get that tone. What pedals should I be looking at?
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#2
You want the tone from your soundclip on your profile?!
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#3
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You want the tone from your soundclip on your profile?!

lmao my reaction exactly. ???
#5
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#7
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#9
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actually, now that i listen to the clip ( ) i dont think a distortion is all that you are after. sounds like you want a good growly-fuzz. look at the big muff, it may do the trick.

The Rat is somewhere in between a fuzz and a distortion... maybe that could do?
#11
why would you want that tone?!


if you insist...
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#12
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#13
I'm saying it's a horrible tone
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#14
For that clip I direct recorded my acoustic with my soundhole pickup and used an amp modeler. I want to get similar tone on my amp. My amp sounds close but not quite right, the bass sounds very loose which is good for 75% of what I play (classic rock and blues) but not quite right when I want to go higher gain. I have a big muff already and thats to much fuzz for the specific tone I am looking for.

EDIT: I am talking about the tone that starts about 2 min in, not the first distorted part.
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#16
Awesome thats what I needed to know, is there a way I could tighten up the bass for now until I can afford the CB?
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#18
I thought I remembered something about a tubescreamer helping tighten up bass, I have a Digitech Screamin' Blues would this work and how would I go about setting it if it did?
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#20
yup
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#22
It doesnt have a mids control, just treble and bass, will it still work well as an OD in the loop as well?
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