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gibson SG straight into a marshall JCM800

pretty straight forward lol
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gibson SG straight into a marshall JCM800

pretty straight forward lol


you know your history

yeah, it is quite easy to imitate that sound without a say Marshall Stack , if you plan on getting that sound, would be cheaper and more versatile btw
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I am fairly sure it was a Plexi (the 1987x) or JTM 45
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Angus uses SG into different Marshalls.

In the studio he has been using JTM45s, but he mostly uses a 100 watt JTM for rhythm sounds.
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He mostly uses JTM45's(occasionally through Mesa cabs).
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I think they used a lot of plexis but i find that i can pretty much nail that tone with an AC30 so i'd try that out if i was you.
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I think he said in an interview it was a '68 SG through a JTM45. No pedals or anything. Just gain at like 5 and Volume did the rest.
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I think he said in an interview it was a '68 SG through a JTM45. No pedals or anything. Just gain at like 5 and Volume did the rest.


'Gain'? On a JTM45?
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'Gain'? On a JTM45?


No, I was talking about settings on TS's amp. I shouldn't have worded it like that, my mistake.

Point is, TS, don't overdo your gain, you want to crank your volume control, that's where Angus gets his sound (this is assuming you have a tube amp).
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For a really cheap AC/DC tone, get an Epi VJ, with a BJ speaker. Bridge pickup, and crank it.
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