#1
How can I get a "crunchy", clean tone, with a touch of distortion, with an Epiphone Les Paul Standard, and a Peavey Vypyr 15?

Sorry if these threads aren't allowed, or if there's already a thread dedicated to tones; I tried looking for it, but I couldn't find it.

Thanks!

EDIT - and can somebody give me the link to the thread that has the collection of different tones? I can't find it anywhere. Thanks.
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How can I get a "crunchy", clean tone, with a touch of distortion, with an Epiphone Les Paul Standard, and a Peavey Vypyr 15?

Sorry if these threads aren't allowed, or if there's already a thread dedicated to tones; I tried looking for it, but I couldn't find it.

Thanks!


neck pickup, and probably with your drive about 5, your treble at 8, bass at 3/4 and mid about 3. to get more move the drive up a bit
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Quote by leigh596
neck pickup, and probably with your drive about 5, your treble at 8, bass at 3/4 and mid about 3. to get more move the drive up a bit


And which amp do I use on the Vypyr. It has a lot of different amp settings.
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And which amp do I use on the Vypyr. It has a lot of different amp settings.


oh, im not really familiar with it
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#5
You'll wanna be using the PLXI model, with about Treble 6, Mids 8, and Bass 4.
Actually, I go by Dave, but there are already too many Daves on this forum.


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#6
i like the Plexi And British models myself. SOmetimes if i'm looking for a really crunchy sound, i use the Recto model and really back off the gain. The red channel i mean. But try the other too first as they are prolly closer to what you are looking for
#8
Play with the Brit model. It sounds better than the Plexi model IMO.
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#9
try a overdrive through your clean channel. same settings, use bridge pick up, just boost/overdrive it.
#10
Any of the lighter models and keep the gain control low but not totally down. That's how you get that mostly clean tone with just a touch of distortion. Same as with any amp. Tone EQ and pickup selection is down to your taste.
#11
I use one of the clean models - like the Plexi, British, or Fender Twin. I still have the pre-gain pretty high and they don't break up.

Then I dial in the Tube Screamer on the effects knob - just a small amount will do.