#1
i just love the sound of for example "bold as love" by jimi(not the solo), that just boosted clean sound and i want to find some more songs that have that type of tone!

Suggestions?

Thx
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#2
Little Wing, Most SRV songs, I'm not quite sure what you're looking for, sorry.
#3
Buddy Guy songs maybe?
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#4
thanx, that was kinda what i was looking for
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#5
As much as I'm probably going to be flamed, John Mayer does go for that sound a lot.
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#6
Any posted so far (and Mayer is a good example VR) are great, especially Buddy.

SRV almost always used a tubescreamer to give him a little bit of breakup so you'll want to keep that in mind when looking for something clean by him.

Derek Trucks is also a great example, he's never used pedals and just goes straight from guitar to amp to produce a sweet tone.

Clapton has a lot of clean sound too. Although he doesn't use it in a Blues context all the time.

Also check out Roy Buchanan. Again, he never used pedals (except for a delay later on) and also had a very pure, trebly sound. Plus, he's just awesome and you should check him out anyways.

That's my 2 cents.

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#7
I was thinking about Derek Trucks, but he does get a good bit overdrive for the most part.
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#8
buddy guys early stuff was all fairly clean, it had some warm breakup bt he was much cleaner than he is now. i absolutely love him. kenny wayne shepard has a few cleaner songs like Live On and Last Goodbye, but most of it gets pretty dirty.
#9
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As much as I'm probably going to be flamed, John Mayer does go for that sound a lot.


No worries VR, I support your answer. Speaking of, Mayer does a really good 'Bold As Love' cover. But yes, he does tend to use that tone a bunch, and it works.
#10
Some of Free's bluesy stuff is quite clean, and sounds great. Such as "Mouthful of Grass" or "My Brother Jake". Some really good, bluesy piano in there, too.
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#13
T-Bone Walker would be a good idea for you to look into. Great guitarist, pretty damn good clean sounding guitar tone, and he played with one heck of a trumpet player and pianist.