#1
hey guys am just wonderin which option would be best for value to get that rammstein poer sound? would the amp be the way to go? i have les paul epiphone with blackout pick ups and ashon GA80 i think its called amp? any help would be appreciated
#3
Rammsteins tone isnt a very hard one to get, you basically need approximately 10 shitloads of gain. Uunfortunately i dont think your amp can deliver, so yes, a new amp would be the way to go.
GEAR:
Ibanez Xiphos XPT750
ESP Ltd Viper 400
Egnater Rebel 30 112
Boss GE-7
Line 6 Uber Metal
Boss DD-7
#4
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"Put it down now, It's like you love that guitar more than me!"
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#5
No budget? Go for a Voodoo modified Triple Rectifier or an ENGL Savage.
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#6
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No budget? Go for a Voodoo modified Triple Rectifier or an ENGL Savage.


Ah the Voodoo modded Triple Rectifier...

I shit my pants with glee at the mere sight of the name..
GEAR:
Ibanez Xiphos XPT750
ESP Ltd Viper 400
Egnater Rebel 30 112
Boss GE-7
Line 6 Uber Metal
Boss DD-7
#8
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I shit my pants with glee at the mere sight of the name..

I'd get that checked out, if I was you.
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#9
U can buy 2 rammstein pedals, the distortion combo emulator and the "du hast" pedal which will help you. Also they record the guitar parts around 7 times with different tones, timings etc, layer them, and create tone none of us poor folk can obtain
#10
Quote by MossyMan
U can buy 2 rammstein pedals, the distortion combo emulator and the "du hast" pedal which will help you. Also they record the guitar parts around 7 times with different tones, timings etc, layer them, and create tone none of us poor folk can obtain

That's a big part of teh sound. It's cool how they recreate it live with 2 guitars.
#11
Richard Z uses a Voodoo modded Dual Rectifier and Paul uses a ENGL Powerball and has used a Bogner Ubershall.

Get a Recto and Powerball/Ubershall and run them in together in stereo
Gear:
Ernie Ball MusicMan JP7
Schecter Hellraiser 006
Mesa Boogie Road King s.2
Mesa Boogie 4x12 Recto cab

Ibanez Keeley TS-9
TC Electronics G-Force
Amp Gizmo
Voodoo Labs GCX
Voodoo Labs Ground Control Pro