#1
 
Hello!

I'm going to be direct so I do not want you to waste time.

I Have a problem, I want to emulated this guitar sound with a Les Paul and plugins, but I'm novice in this guitar world and I don't know so much about amps and effects, I mean I just know the basics but I can't get that sound.

I would really appreciate your help, I'm desperate.

Sound: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-cF0uPuBcR6UzRWM3NJMFZTb28/view?usp=sharing

PD: I'm sorry for my english I'm from Colombia and Colombia we speak spanish lol.

¡Saludos!
#2
That basically sounded like an otherwise clean signal modified by a reverb effect. So, set whatever amp/amp sim you're using to a clean channel/setting, and use a reverb pedal/sim.
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#4
yes, clean plus reverb. The clean signal is very bright and acoustic-like, the kind of tone I use, with a just a little reverb. How close you can get could depend on the pickups, plated brass-covered humbuckers might not do it.

EDIT. The reverb sounds like the "Modern" switch on my T-Rex Reverb, rather than the traditional.
Last edited by Tony Done at Jul 24, 2017,
#6
Some amps deliver cleaner cleans than others. Some can barely clean up at all.

Which pickup depends on personal taste and the guitar in particular. I know a lot of poeople would opt for the neck when aiming for that tone. But your guitar's neck-pickup may not be the best option. If your guitar has the option, you might prefer to split the coils.

Best advice: experiment.
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Log off and play yer guitar!

Strap on, tune up, rock out!
#7
Tony Done Thanks for your advice! I have the LP standard, I have not modified the pickups, you know classic hambuckers.

Will Lane Thanks! I´ll try this and this sound is from a Les Paul, look this video youtu.be/3-03z36Is6M?t=3m8s

Thanks people!
#9
dannyalcatraz Thanks for replies and advices! I'll try with my plugins it's just that I didnt want to waste a lot of time, you know, I want like a way to achieve it.

 
Quote by Tony Done bySpektre   That vid is interesting, and someaht unexpected to me. Could the pickup covers be nickel silver rather than brass? From what I have read recently, that makes a difference.

 That's intresting, I didnt know that Im going to research.
Last edited by bySpektre at Jul 24, 2017,
#10
sounds like hall reverb, longish decay, on an acoustic-electric eq'd with pronounced mids.  Oh, and most likely finger picked, not strummed - which is where that softness you hear is coming from.  
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