#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLVhL-z0tFw

i have a mexi strat hss with a roland micro cube. should i invest into gettin some kind of pedal or is the sound achievable without one? the cube doesn't have equalizer control (bass, mid, high, etc) just a gain, tone, and volume knob with some extra effects that i barely use for those of you who don't know about it.

how can i achieve this sound?
Last edited by BOBThaBuilda at Feb 20, 2008,
#2
It isn't a particularly spectacular tone, but he's probably using humbuckers and a valve amp.
#3
Sounds like the neck pickup but I couldn't tell with all the crackling.
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#4
I think Nowell used Roland Jazz Chorus for cleans , and a Marshall JCM combo for distortion. Check into what sound gets you like the JCM
#6
his tone sucks (to my ears)
and i cant stand the lack of vibrato.
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#7
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his tone sucks (to my ears)
and i cant stand the lack of vibrato.


And the lack of bends.
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#8
I wouldn't say his tone is necessarily crap, but the recording quality is so low its hard to tell one way or another.
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