#1
Sorry if this is in the wrong forum... I'm not completely sure.

Anyone know how I can get a Santana sound on a Les Paul?
what is the music theory and what does it teach you, like scales, solos, and to build speed???



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#2
Try turning both tone knobs down to 0. It sounded quite warm and bluesy when i tried it
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#4
You'd have to mess around with that yourself. All the volume knobs on my guitars were at 10 since the day i got them. I mess with the tone knobs the most.
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#5
try turning the neck pickup on with the tone at zero. and on your amp, have 1 Bass 9 Mid 9 Treb. and then 5 Reverb. My tone sounds very much like soul sacrifice. but i also play a strat.
#6
Thanks a lot, I'm eager to try this but it's 2 am and my family is asleep
what is the music theory and what does it teach you, like scales, solos, and to build speed???



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#7
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Thanks a lot, I'm eager to try this but it's 2 am and my family is asleep



My family is asleep too so i'll try it for you muwahahahaha
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#9
not really prs, just a humbucker in mahagony body guitar. make sure it's the neck pick-up with 0 tone on the tone control. give it a little bit of gain and you can just mess with the EQ settings. i usually use bass : 5 middle : 3 treble : 4
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