#2
Not to be a dick, but why?

Dave is a very talented guy, but you really should develop your own tone...unless you're forming a Foo Fighters tribute band or something...
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#3
oh boy...

major artists use an arsenal of guitars, amps, effects and studio processes to get their tones. as a result, they have many tones and its tough to figure out exactly what was used to get them.

that being said, he does use gibson 335 type guitars through mesa boogie roadsters...
#6
Electrics:
A Trini Lopez from the mid-late ‘60s.
A Gibson Les Paul Standard – 1960 reissue model.
A Fender Telecaster – (US Standard and an original 1972 Custom)
A Gibson DG-335.

Acoustics:
Gibson J45
Gibson Elvis Presley Dove
Martin D18

Amps:
Vox AC30
Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
Mesa Boogie Roadking
Mesa Boogie Roadster
Mesa Boogie Stiletto
Fender ToneMaster
Fender Twin
HiWatt Custom 100
Marshall JCM 900
Custom Audio Amplification (not sure of the model)

Pedals and Effects:
ProCo Rat
MXR Phase 90
Fulltone OCD
Electro Harmonic POG2
Electro Harmonix Small Clone
Boss BF-2 Flanger
Boss DL-2 Delay
Boss DD-3 Delay
Dunlop Heil Talkbox

That should get you in the ball park.
And lighten your bank balance….
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#7
Quote by Wisthekiller
Gibson Trini Lopez through Mesa Boogies.

A Blue Trini Lopez. The paint slightly affects the tone. Also, you have to use D'Adarrio EXL115 (with a .42 for the A and a .60 for the E), 100ft long Planet Waves cables, Dunlop Gator Grip picks and use Duracell batteries in your stompboxes, which should be a Boss Delay, a MXR Phase 90 (non-script version), RAT Distortion, Dunlop Uni-vibe, EHX Memory Man, and an EHX Q-Tron. Also, from now on, you can only play at Studio 606 or live in front of preferably small clubs, or huge arenas. Oh, and this will only sound kind of like Dave Grohl. You can use his exact equipment, but you'll never "exactly replicate" his tone.
Actually, I go by Dave, but there are already too many Daves on this forum.


Fender MIM Stratocaster
Fender Jaguar Bass
Epiphone EJ200 Super Jumbo
Fender Excelsior 13w
Acoustic B300HD (with matching 1x12 cab)
BOSS BD-2W
NYC Big Muff Pi
#8
He doesn't play a Blue Trini. He owns a couple (out of a reported 11 ever made), but favours his original '60s red one for recording or DG-335s for live work - Pelham Blue in standard tuning and Black in drop D.
And a custom built (Pelham/aqua) Gibson Firebird Studio for Drop A.
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#9
Quote by Slap-happy
He doesn't play a Blue Trini.


Suuuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrreeeeeeeeee........
Actually, I go by Dave, but there are already too many Daves on this forum.


Fender MIM Stratocaster
Fender Jaguar Bass
Epiphone EJ200 Super Jumbo
Fender Excelsior 13w
Acoustic B300HD (with matching 1x12 cab)
BOSS BD-2W
NYC Big Muff Pi
#10
Quote by kangaxxter

Suuuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrreeeeeeeeee........

That's the DG-335.

This is his blue Trini -


Gibson approached Grohl to design a signature guitar to which he replied something along the lines of "wouldn't know where to start, I'm a drummer - my main guitar I really like is a Trini Lopez model. Something like that....?" The result was the DG-335, part of the Gibson Inspired By..." range.

For a start it's got a different bridge and Burstbuckers in it....
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