#2
Youtube it
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#3
Think of every rock and roll song you've ever heard that dates prior to 1990. Most of that has British voicing, owing to the large number of artists using amps of British manufacture.
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#5
Listen to anyone who uses a Marshall. Early Clapton is a good example.
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#6
Zeppelin, Clapton, Sabbath ect...
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#7
To clarify my earlier post...

Clapton
Hendrix
The Who
ZZ Top
AC/DC
KISS
Motorhead

More modern stuff:

The Clash
Oasis
The Stone Roses
The Sex Pistols
Smashing Pumpkins (yup, KT88 JCM 800)
Green Day

As well as hosts of others I didn't mention.
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#8
Judas Priest, Def Leppard, Zeppelin, Any Marshall amplifier
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#9
listen to british rock bands
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Pantera

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Think of every rock and roll song you've ever heard that dates prior to 1990. Most of that has British voicing, owing to the large number of artists using amps of British manufacture.

Pretty much this
Zep and Vh are great examples
#13
van halen, AC/DC, etc. also, metallica ride the lightning and MoP have a nice scooped british sound
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#14
the most characteristically British sounding tone I can think of is Judas Priest's wall of Marshall JCM800 tone.

Also...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOWVg0AoHWE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHhKnc0XZrs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0ZIOlCE4iU

Basically that overdriven Marshall tube amp sound is your typical British rock tone. British amps just break up in a way that is different when you crank them, they sound browner and grainier (sort of, it's not really a good word to describe it) than a cranked Fender which has it's own characteristic overdriven sound. But you'll find that a lot of early Clapton recordings with his Marshall JTM45s/Bluesbreakers (which is what a lot of people think of as THE les paul, Marshall tone), sound like a cranked tweed Fender anyway....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mmh0AcrKczc

That sounds pretty Fender-ish in a lot of ways even though it's a British artist into a British amp...
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Since when are The Clash and the Sex Pistols modern?

I said MORE modern.

And since good music basically ended in the early 90s, as far as I'm concerned.
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And since good music basically ended in the early 90s, as far as I'm concerned.



Super true, ever single binary code for making that appear on anyones monitor is true.

Back on topic, yeah like everyone said; Marshalls, Laneys, Voxs, Oranges, Haiwatt (might be wrong here) are all part of the british tonage.