#1
I'm trying to get a good doom metal guitar tone, similar to High on Fire (http://youtube.com/watch?v=89h-X-tZa_w) and Electric Wizard (http://youtube.com/watch?v=6tNyra2qZT8).

My guitar is a Epiphone SG G-310...I own 2 Peavey amps (Rage 158, practice amp- 15w; and the Studio Pro 40, 40w) and the BBE FreeFuzz pedal. Using the pedal with either amp doesn't really get mine tone how I want it. I was thinking a decent tube amp might fix this?
Any suggestions or advice is appreciated.
thanks
Last edited by DonCorleone72 at Jul 11, 2008,
#2
I saw High on Fire live

HELL YEAH ELECTRIC WIZARD!

Check out Reverend Bizarre and Witchfinder General.

Yeah dude, the SG is the perfect DooOOOoom guitar, it has loads of sustain. With the Studio Pro, maybe have max gain, boosted bass and mids, then cut treble.
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#3
Quote by CLIFF_BURTON
I saw High on Fire live

HELL YEAH ELECTRIC WIZARD!

Check out Reverend Bizarre and Witchfinder General.

Yeah dude, the SG is the perfect DooOOOoom guitar, it has loads of sustain. With the Studio Pro, maybe have max gain, boosted bass and mids, then cut treble.


Nice, I wanted to see High on Fire on Gigantour, didn't find out in time.

I do like Reverend Bizarre, another great band. Will check out Wtchfinder General though.

I'll try those settings, thanks.
#4
ampeg V4, crank it and fuzz the **** out of it.
fender bassman, do the same .
or, probably more conveniently, a peavey classic 30. crank it and boost/od/fuzz it.

pretty much any big bass-y tube amp that you can crank will do the trick, as long as you put the right pedals in front of it.

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Quote by xwearesinking
ampeg V4, crank it and fuzz the **** out of it.
fender bassman, do the same .
or, probably more conveniently, a peavey classic 30. crank it and boost/od/fuzz it.

pretty much any big bass-y tube amp that you can crank will do the trick, as long as you put the right pedals in front of it.

Those all seem a bit out of my current budget.
How would a Peavey ValveKing112 be, with the free Fuzz on it?
#6
if you change the tubes it should work

edit: but if those are out of your price range, i'd suggest saving up for a little while longer.

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