#1
How do I get slashes winey distortion sound? Like sweet child ph mine. And enter sand man. By metallica?


Sounds like a tube screamer. Ts9. ?


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#2
Sweet Child Of Mine and Enter Sandman?

Not likely. Slash plays a Gibson Les Paul with medium output Seymour Duncans, straight to a Marshall amp with maybe an eq for boost. Metallica use Emgs & Dual Rectifiers.

It's almost a world apart and no distortion pedal will do either that well, let alone both. A tubescreamer is a good pedal but you should think of it as a tool for getting the best out of a guitar and amp, not for creating a specific tone.
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#7
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Slash doesn't have a distortion pedal, but uses his amp's distortion instead?? Ok, so I'm wrong. How would a Seymour Duncan humbucker sound in my hss strat?

*fixed*

it wouldn't sound like a Les Paul, if that's the tone you're trying to nail. what's your amp?
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#10
Cant you use your hd500 to get a "winey distortion sound"?
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#11


i have yet to see a thread this dude has made where he doesn't work against himself. this thread will turn into this one

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=27691319#post27691319

as his other threads have before it.

but if TS is looking for a serious answer, then i'd suggest meds. they may help him think more clear.
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