#1
say I like a guitar tone on a band's album (metalilca's master of puppets)

would it be a cheap and lame to use their guitar tone...in other words, would people instantly think of MoP's guitar tone when they hear it? Or, is this a somewhat common practice?

www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=ZV-GRq7yvlQ#t=275s

Orion's instrumental in particular. the tone i'm digging

Like really, guitar tone can make or break a song for me
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=fbD1uNfl0pE#t=236s

Mastodon's cover's cover. Totally different feel, really. not as impactful imo
#4
I wouldn't worry about it. Do whatever sounds best and I doubt anyone will care.
Last edited by 37 Narwhals at Oct 23, 2011,
#5
wait is that for sure the original guitar tracks of Orion

i've never heard the original song with just guitars. metallica had a facking amazing lead on that track, wow.
#6
Good luck getting the exact tone. Also if you're not playing MoP they probably won't think of it.

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Good luck getting the exact tone.


Yeah, there are a shitload of variables that went into that tone, and I'm sure they even have trouble replicating it live perfectly.
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#9
It's a Mesa Mark III multi-tracked thru a ADA MP-1 pre-amp. I think Kirk's lead tone was tailored through a Marshall JCM 800 as well, but its mostly the Mark and the pre-amp.

Yeh. You aren't replicating that tone.
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