#4
the way i get my legato to really sound buttery is to switch to my neck pickup (the one closest to the fretboard, i've heard alot of people mixing them up), turning down the tone far enough that you lose the edge (not always to 0, but pretty close), and kicking up a light reverb on the amp or pedals. also, if you add in a little gain/overdrive rather than distortion, that'll really help get rid of anything that isn't pure butter.
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Fender Hot Rod Deville 2x12
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PRS SE Soapbar II Maple
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Digitech RP200
Boss MT-2
Roland Microcube
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#5
Quote by muse-ik
the way i get my legato to really sound buttery is to switch to my neck pickup (the one closest to the fretboard, i've heard alot of people mixing them up), turning down the tone far enough that you lose the edge (not always to 0, but pretty close), and kicking up a light reverb on the amp or pedals. also, if you add in a little gain/overdrive rather than distortion, that'll really help get rid of anything that isn't pure butter.


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