"Blues is easy to play, but hard to feel"- Jimi Hendrix
reverb, overdrive...
I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.
Take a clean, one or two channel tube amp. Crank it to 8 or 9. There ya go. Fender Super Reverbs are good for this.
Tastes like chicken, if chicken was a candy.
vibroverbs pwn...
I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.
if your looking for a generic overdriven blues tone, you just need an EQ and a tube amp turned up real loud
what gear do you already have?

-Gibson LP VM
-Silvertone Kentucky Blue
-MXR CC Delay
-Ibanez TS-9
-Egnater Rebel 20
-Avatar 1x12

My rig is simple
Haha. UG's Chuck just said chuck. haha
You're not truly playing guitar unless you know theory.
wouldn't chorus be good?
My Gear:

I finally got my guitar and amp!:

MIM Fender Candy Apple Red Stratocaster
Vox VT30
30 Year Old Hofner 12-String Acoustic (i got this for free!)
Uh, are you typing out your sig every time you post?

Yes, chorus is good, as is reverb, tremolo, and flange.
Last edited by ticklemeemo at Jul 27, 2009,
Chorus is good I guess, especially for Leslie simulations. SRV used a flanger for Leslie sounds though. Overdrive/Fuzz is good, and maybe a wah.
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