Ok so I have a Stratocaster HSS (info in my sig) and a Spider III 75 amp.

I really want to get the sound that the pre-chorus of the song Reptilia - The Strokes has really badly. I know how to play it perfectly but i cant get that smooth crunch the audio has. Please give me the settings for the song if U have a close idea of it.


The part comes from 1:15 - till the chorus ends.

Thanks in advance
Fender 2005 Standard Stratocaster (black)
2 Seymour Duncan Hot Rails (black)
1 Seymour Duncan Distortion Humbucker (black)
Black knobs, pickguard, pickupswitch cover

Line 6 Spider III 75W
Valensi's main guitar, which he uses for nearly every live show and recorded song, is a 1990s Epiphone Riviera with Gibson P-94 pick-ups. In a 2004 interview with Epiphone, he called it "the greatest guitar never made" [3] because Gibson had never produced a semi-hollow with P-90 style pickups (except for the fully-hollow ES-330 and the Epiphone Casino). He has several models in different colours (all with P-94s), including multiple naturals, one in vintage sunburst, one in red, and a 12-string in red. In 2005, Epiphone released a signature model of his guitar, the Elitist Nick Valensi Riviera P-94, and followed it up with a standard model Nick Valensi Riviera P-94 in 2007. Back-up/warm-up guitars include an Epiphone Dot fitted with 2 P-94s, an Epiphone Casino, an Epiphone Sheraton, and a Gibson Faded Special Double Cutaway with 2 P-90s. Valensi often borrows fellow Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond, Jr.'s backup guitars, which include a Gibson Les Paul Jr. and Les Paul Special. New guitars used for the First Impressions of Earth tour include a Gibson Les Paul Custom in black, a Fender Telecaster Custom, and a Duesenberg semi-hollow. Valensi's main amplifier is a 2x12" Fender Hot Rod DeVille, used with Fender 4x12" extension cabinets during live shows. He also recently purchased a Carr amplifier to use on the last few stops of the First Impressions tour. His pedalboard consists of a Visual Sound Jekyll & Hyde Ultimate Overdrive pedal, BOSS TR-2 Tremolo, Vox Cooltron Bulldog Distortion, MXR Micro-Amp (2) and a Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner.

that is the stuff he uses
Why do people with Spider III's always want sounds which they can't produce with their Spiders?
Fender American Special HSS Stratocaster
Ibanez 1987 Roadstar II Deluxe
Yamaha THR10X
Marshall JCM900 SL-X
Ibanez WD-7 Weeping Demon Wah
TC Electronic Polytune
Seymour Duncan Tweakfuzz
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Why do people with Spider III's always want sounds which they can't produce with their Spiders?

this. by now, you would think they would realize it's impossible. i also hate when people get really high watted practice amps. i could understand if he had a 15 watt, but do you really need 75 watts of a pretty bad digital amp? I think not
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