#1
Hey I need help getting that vintage AC/DC. The older AC/DC was more bluesy and I'm trying to get the tone from this song

Oh yeah and I have an Epiphone Blue Custom 30
Last edited by RocknRoll Live at Oct 10, 2007,
#2
both my Tube screamer and my Marshall Guv'nor can get some nice AC/DC crunch, if that helps


also, CRANK your amp
#3
Thanks for the advice...but should I have my amp on 15 watt mode or 30 watt? and do you have any recommended amp settings, anyone? I'm trying to get that more bluesy AC/DC sound not so much the hard rock like thunderstruck and such...
#4
Treble and mids. And, turn it up to atleast 1 o'clock. 15 watt mode.
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if anything have your mids hiked high and your treble up high to like cort said. Your 'crunch'as people like to call that tone, all comes from the mids. use em.
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if anything have your mids hiked high and your treble up high to like cort said. Your 'crunch'as people like to call that tone, all comes from the mids. use em.

Ok thanks. I will. When my amp is on channel 2 there are Drive / Mid / Level. If I push in the interactive switch then I also have access to the contros from Channel 1 Mid / Treb / Bass. Then I have a reverb thats on both channels... if that makes any sense. Also what should my bass be at?
Last edited by RocknRoll Live at Oct 10, 2007,
#10
treble 10 mid 10 bass 5

turn it up till you get ur desired gain.
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