#1
Im trying to get my guitar to sound like Dan Auerbach from the black keys. I dont really know how to describe it like when he strums the strings you can tell... most indie bands guitarist sound like this and im new at guitar so i have no idea what im doing
#2
Dudeman, just turn the amp onto the Insane channel (if you've got a Line 6. Only one I use Turn the Bass all the way up, fiddle around from there.
#3
Quote by Raining Kasch
Dudeman, just turn the amp onto the Insane channel (if you've got a Line 6. Only one I use Turn the Bass all the way up, fiddle around from there.

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#5
iv herd of people using a delay pedal if that works at all. like i said im new to guitar iv been playing bass and im not use to complicated amps and pedals and shit.
#6
Vox AC30 or another Vox with AC30TB setting. If ya don't have one of these, find a setting with a little bit of a crunch, but not a muddy distortion.
Gain: 5-6
Volume: 10
Treble: 8-9
Mid: 6-7
Bass: 3-4

BOSS Blues Driver pedal/Similar overdrive.
Some sort of compressor pedal.
Treble position of pickup switch.


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