#1
Hey guys, I was just wondering (because I the amp settings thread means nothing to me since I have no equalizeron my amp) how to get a YJM sound. Examples of songs would be Blitzkrieg or Finale, he seems to have a very strong, bassy sound to the neck pickup...all I have is a Roland Micro Cube with a DS-1 Distortion pedal (guitar = Gibson SG Standard) Any chance of some pointers to get that sound?
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Your saying I need marshall stacks? I highly doubt it...there must be some other way to reproduce that sound. I do use alot of delay in neck pickup position...with amp up very loud...still don't get a big enough sound/the sound I'm looking for from the 2 song examples I gave.
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Yeah ya need his amp more then you need his guitar. Thats the only way to get the sounds.
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^Also you need real Marshall stacks (all tube,not MG's are AVT's). Use Classic Stack setting and delay.
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#6
Bass response is effected by cabinet volume (space it takes up, not sound level) and build, so a stack is actually easier to get strong bass from.
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And you need a strat to get little more of the sound if your that obbsessed.
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#8
He uses low output pick ups so he probably uses a compressor to get more sustain. When using the neck pick up you could try using the tone know to give it that bassy sound a bit. I think there is a lot of pressence in his tone aswell.
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^Also you need real Marshall stacks (all tube,not MG's are AVT's). Use Classic Stack setting and delay.


Ahh the classical stack setting on the Roland amps, I'm going to buy a Roland Cube 30 soon, that should make a difference because I'm used to the "little" sound my little cube makes, thanks for the help guys, I guess it's better equipment I need.

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