#1
hey i play a les paul through a orange rockerverb 50 what settings tone wise would anyone recomend for jaz playin like chord comping stuff/lead meolodies/ and even some fusiony sort of stuff with distortion??

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#5
Use your neck pickup with the tone rolled down quite a bit, but not all the way, you still want some clarity. Try upping your bass and keep the mids and highs at a somewhat lower level. Then just Mess around with the EQ
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#6
1. Switch to neck pickup.
2. Take the tone knob and turn that shit off.
3. Play through a GOOD solid state amp on the clean channel.
4. ????????
5. Profit.
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#7
Quote by Underjoggle
1. Switch to neck pickup.
2. Take the tone knob and turn that shit off.
3. Play through a GOOD solid state amp on the clean channel.
4. ????????
5. Profit.




You want clarity when you play jazz.

Wes Montgomery used Super Reverbs. Jim Hall used Gibson GA 50's. George Benson uses Fender HRD's.



Try again.
#8
Quote by imgooley



You want clarity when you play jazz.

Wes Montgomery used Super Reverbs. Jim Hall used Gibson GA 50's. George Benson uses Fender HRD's.



Try again.
Meh, I just like solid states better. They seem to get a warmer sound than most tube amps I've tried. Except, curiously, for the Fender '59 Bassman reissue. It was goooood.
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