#1
I originally got my Agile les paul copy because I was into rock music. Over the past few years I've come to listen to mostly country music...so is there any way I can get my les pual to sound even close to a telecaster. I have a digitech pedal and a fairly cheap peavey amp. I've tried a few things but the lower notes still dont have that brightness I'm lookin for. Thanks
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#2
Maybe a compressor pedal?
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#6
Les pauls can achieve a decent country sound.
That dude from rascal flatts plays one I think.
But for a tele tone, I guess roll off the gain, up the treb, roll down the mid and bass, select both pups. Maybe a very small amount of distortion.
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#7
Quote by darkarbiter7
Les pauls can achieve a decent country sound.
That dude from rascal flatts plays one I think.
But for a tele tone, I guess roll off the gain, up the treb, roll down the mid and bass, select both pups. Maybe a very small amount of distortion.


Yup...also uses Bogner Ecstacy heads for everything. Odd to find in country.

It all depends on what you think a country tone is. Country has kinda expanded past the tele at this point.
#8
Skynyrd did it.....
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#9
I've got a digitech rp 200
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