#1
Im trying to get close to his sound on these songs they are pretty similar to me, i know its a chorus or rotary drum of some kind but its really weird because you can hear his chords without being muddy but then he plays notes on the E and A strings and they still have a really nice punch to it

any way i have a line6 pod and a guild aviator with 86 emgs so if anyone has any ideas or experiance on this let me know
#2
Ah, what an excellent player Alex is. He typically has some chorus and maybe slight gain on his guitar. Specifics, I can't really help. Try the gear related forums, or even the electric guitar one for additional help.
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#3
he mainly uses Gibson Les Paul Customs if im not mistaken, Xanadu he uses his double-neck SG of course.

he has a signature Hughes and Kettner TriAmp. which is to die for. so its pretty hard to get close to his tone. his flawless rhythm technique helps too.

but i usually have my gain on 2-3, treble on 6-7, mids at 4, and bass at 4-5, when i want to 'simulate' his epic sound.
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