#1
OK I couldn't find a video but if anyones ever heard Sanctus reall You can't hide How the heck does he get the tone he has in that solo?
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#2
Hmm... my friend let me borrow his CDs of sanctus real (I hate buying music which I will probably only listen to for a week or so). Let me dig it up and come up with an opinion.
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#3
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Hmm... my friend let me borrow his CDs of sanctus real (I hate buying music which I will probably only listen to for a week or so). Let me dig it up and come up with an opinion.


cool

I know what you mean lol
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#4
Found it.
Still coming up with something.
Well, Christian bands along that genre usually have a pretty typical amp/guitar choice of a Marshall and some kind of humbucker guitar.

Still listening.
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#5
I've found that they use Vox, Orange, and Dr. Z amps. One would expect that has a lot to do with it. Listening to the track now.

EDIT: Sounds pretty basic.... overdriven tube amp. Nice and smooth though.
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#6
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Found it.
Still coming up with something.
Well, Christian bands along that genre usually have a pretty typical amp/guitar choice of a Marshall and some kind of humbucker guitar.

Still listening.



I'm pretty sure they use Oranges but I'm not positive
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#7
O, they use oranges.
Yeah, maybe something marshally voiced with a humbucker guitar.
Not too sure on anything else though.
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#8
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O, they use oranges.
Yeah, maybe something marshally voiced with a humbucker guitar.
Not too sure on anything else though.



do you know what I'm talking about? it's like not clean but it sounds like clean lol if you know what I mean lol.
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#9
^Yeah, I know what you're talking about.

Um... my guess would be neck pickup, cut treble, boosted mids?
But, i'd get a second opinion.
Along with a humbucker guitar and something british voiced.
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#10
I'm telling you man, it's just a tube amp overdriving very smoothly. If it's not just the amp, then there are any number of pedals that would overdrive it in a manner that results in a smooth, high-sustain tone.
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#11
Quote by darkarbiter7
^Yeah, I know what you're talking about.

Um... my guess would be neck pickup, cut treble, boosted mids?
But, i'd get a second opinion.
Along with a humbucker guitar and something british voiced.



Ok.


so Second opinions?
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#12
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Ok.

so Second opinions?

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I'm telling you man, it's just a tube amp overdriving very smoothly. If it's not just the amp, then there are any number of pedals that would overdrive it in a manner that results in a smooth, high-sustain tone.

LOL WUT.
#13
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LOL WUT.



sorry I didn't see his post.


how do you get your amp to drive like that then?
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#14
Two opinunz?
I think you got them.
Just get a tube amp and crank it.
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Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
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Weber MASS Attenuator
#15
Listen to him. Turn the volume knob clockwise until it won't go any more.
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#16
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Listen to him. Turn the volume knob clockwise until it won't go any more.

When that point is reached, buy a wrench, and turn it further.
#17
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Listen to him. Turn the volume knob clockwise until it won't go any more.



Ok Ok lol. I will heed to darkarbiters perfect ear for tone. but mines gotta be close lol
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Brett has been saving for a splawn for 4 years
countries have been toppled in the time it's taking, revolutions won got a black pres

yawn


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When he finally gets one it'll probably be televised like the Berlin Wall coming down.
The end of an era