#1
I know that this is going to sound odd because they're not known for this... but how goes metallica get that clean tone that they use in Welcome Home and One?
#2
Roland Jazz Chorus.
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#3
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Roland Jazz Chorus.



This and only this
MY METALZ YOUTUBE CHANNEL

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#4
I've found the Mesas work quite well for the Metallica sound (Obviously, since that's what they used)

Basically, what your looking for is a dark tone - which the Roland Jazz Chorus provides.
#5
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Roland Jazz Chorus.
This. It's a very good amp, probably one of the best for clean tones. I have a Roland Cube which emulates the Jazz Chorus and cleans are amazing.
#7
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Thanks everyone! But, are there any pedals that would help?


Chorus.
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#8
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Roland Jazz Chorus.


This is true, however i found this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmOQ1tt22q8&feature=related

in which is stated that the cleans are also produces by the Tri-axis.

not having used any of these yet. I don't know the impact caused on the tone.

so yeah there you have it, Roland JC120H and a heavily customized Mesa Tri-axis.
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#9
a good clean channel and a chorus pedal, the boss ce-2 mij does it perfectly
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