#1
Hey guys, does anyone have a clue on how to get a really vintage tone like in this video for instance? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_Pk1KjL_pg . I'm rockin' a fender strat and a peavey valveking 100 head but no way in hell can I get such a tone. Any help is deeply appreciated.

Donno if I posted in the right place. Excuse me for that.
#2
I'd try an overdrive pedal, maybe I'd even go so far as a fuzz pedal. I find that a Boss Overdrive/Distortion has a good range to it, but maybe something like this would be good for that sound too. http://www.google.com/products/catalog?q=jimi+hendrix+fuzz+pedal&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=shop&cid=6923335820869802508&sa=X&ei=c6GDT6zhF4r5ggfaoZjLBw&ved=0CFEQ8wIwAA

I think her guitarists are using Gibsons, and an SG might be good for that sound - think Black Sabbath or Blue Cheer. (You should definitely check out Blue Cheer if you're into the fuzz guitar tone.) But Jimi Hendrix managed to get a fuzz tone out of his strat. I think for that extra thickness to the tone he liked to use push the pickup selector to one of the top 2 selections, with the neck pickup.
#3
Bright with a touch of fuzz / od if needed then add delay, flange, chorus and phaser in any order. Tweak fx to taste.