#1
I finaly decided. I`m buying a Fender Jaguar HH whit a boss ds-2 pedal to play nirvana sound, and i'm planing to form a cover band but i need a good amp that help me gettin the sound.....
Please help me
#3
You also won't get ANY nirvana sounds out of it.
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#4
Umm...
a crapload of distortion, feedback, and random noise?
Don't know anything about the jag though.
If you're not playing acoustic stuff that is =D
#5
bend the neck a lot!! then throw it into the air and then into your drummers drum kit! then go into your greenhouse on top of your garage and..
What the hell were you thinking?


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#6
you could just get

Fender MIM Strat with a Duncan Hot Rail in the bridge
Boss DS-1
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#7
i have that jag, the HH. It's sick, extremely durable, and feels great. idk where this piece of s**t stuff comes from, but hey, to each his own. Kurt didn't really aspire to have his own tone, he just had various s****y pieces of gear that defined his sound. Just play mad loud and see what happens.
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#9
You want an SS Jag, the HH one's aren't so great IMO. You also want a Small Clone or Polychorus, a DS-2, and a nice sounding clean amp.
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#10
I wouldn't have said you want an ss jag for a nirvana sound tbh. He almost exclusively used humbuckers.
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I wouldn't have said you want an ss jag for a nirvana sound tbh. He almost exclusively used humbuckers.

But either way, the SS Jag sounds better than the HH, AND it can do Nirvana.
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#12
Mustang...?

I also get a great Nirvana like distortion from my Sovtek Big Muff.
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#13
Nirvana sound? That's easy, go up to your speaker or speakers and kick them. Make sure you have a good tear in them, then play.
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#14
If i buy the jaguar hh and replace the stock pickups ( DIMARZIO PICKUP IN NECK POSITION - SEYMOUR DUNCAN BLACK JB IN BRIDGE) i get that sound
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Please please please DO NOT GET THAT JAG. Its a POS. Get an SS jag or no jag at all >_<

http://guitargeek.com/rigview/522/

Check it.


Kurt used humbuckers on his modded Jag...

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#16
Im aware of what kurt used, the monstorosity of a guitar he had was a standard jag routed for buckers and basically rewired to an LP, taped off most of the controls and then had a TOM slapped in.

I've played the HH before. Feels nothing like a jag should, the hardware is cheap, and dull, stock pickups are horrible and lack sustain and brightness, the neck is clutzy and feels like a brick. It looks terrible. It basically lacks everything that makes the jag so great in the first place.

I dont reccomend copying any artist at all, but if you msut, get a CIJ standard SS jag. They just have bollocks. HHs dont.

I can pull kurts sound out of my gear. But tbh, it isnt a hard tone to accomplish.
#17
Yeah, if I'm going for a nirvana sound I just use my LP, and turn up the gain on my DS-1. And dsubstanceuk, he used some single coil guitars on the records, for the clean parts, but we're talking about songs that have 5 overdubbed guitar tracks eg SLTS. He very rarely used single coils live.
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#18
you should check out an old mustang
that's what i got in honor of him and it's great. you can get a nice competition from like 1969 for around $1200. And he used marshalls, but a Fender bassman 100 sounds so great with it. that's my setup. the ds 1 and 2 are very cool, but the md-2 is just as rad. or the classic big muff. just turn it up.
#20
I would use a valve amp with a slight overdrive then wack a boss ds-1 infront and then another overdrive to get the wierd feedback noises
#21
if you want to know what he used go to guitargeek.com they have his setup that he used the most, plus a lot of other guitarists setups
#22
plus the humbuckers he used were dizmarzio super distortion and a seymour duncan JB model