#1
Sup, Any ideas for a setum e.g Amp- pedals for some Neo-Classical Music.

No need to worry about pickup's on guitar - im using Fender Strat with a Seymore Duncan Horntail Pickup.
#2
I'm not really sure, I know Malmsteen uses marshalls, that are super overdriven. There's also a "Rhino" Malmsteen Signature (the YMJ50 i believe)

I know guys like jason becker use super trebly distortions, I think he used some sort of Carvin amp. I really don't know much more about that kind of tone. Hope it helps a bit.
#3
ive always like blackmore sound, maybe check some marshal jubilees
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#4
hmm neo-classical like malmsteen i guess you meen

well

strat , scalloped frets, signature pickups, marshall amps, the ability to eat 100 dohnuts per second
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#5
something like that, yeah. trebly, mid-heavy sound, thin strings, Ash-body guitars and tons of searing overdrive.

Marshall or Engl would be solid choices
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#6
most shredders/neoclassical players use some sort of delay, distortion/overdrive and a chorus. if you are looking for a randy rhoads type sound, get the mxr stero chorus with a Distortion+ and a delay. if you are more into Yngwie Malsteen, check out the boss super chorus and a YJM Overdrive from DOD.
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#7
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hmm neo-classical like malmsteen i guess you meen

well

strat , scalloped frets, signature pickups, marshall amps, the ability to eat 100 dohnuts per second


ooooh... harsh dude...
#8
Quote by Jhachey22
most shredders/neoclassical players use some sort of delay, distortion/overdrive and a chorus. if you are looking for a rany rhoade type sound, get the mxr stero chorus with a Distortion+ and a delay. if you are more into Yngwie Malsteen, check out the boss super chorus and a YJM Overdrive from DOD.

Good advice

Also keep in mind that the overall sounds such as Yngwie's tone are quite clean. You want to have strong note definition thats not lost in a wave of distortion.