39 tones found
Tones by audio_sodomy
||Cathedral||Eddie Van Halen||Cathedral||Van Halen||Plexi Lead 100||Rock||260|
|audio_sodomy||Using the combination of the Opto Tremelo and Digital Delay, you can now spare your volume pot wen playing this classic work of guitar mastery.||1/20/07|
||Rush - Body Elecrtic||Alex Lifeson||The Body Electric||Rush||Plexi 45||Rock||360|
|audio_sodomy||The sound from The Body Electric. Roll volume back for arpeggiated chord parts during verse. Its similar to Distant Early Warning and others on the album. reduce the delay time and increase the delay mix for Kid Gloves etc...||1/20/07|
||Acoustic In Heaven1||Class A-30 TB||Acoustic||217|
|audio_sodomy||Les Paul acoustic tone. Use delay only for lead.||1/20/07|
||Cinnamon Girl||Neil Young||Cinnamon Girl||Neil Young||Tweed B-Man||Blues||134|
|audio_sodomy||I Made this tone kinda quickly on my telecaster , used the bridge pick up . This tone would be good for a rolling stones style of sound also||1/19/07|
||Rushing Blood||A Rush of Blood to the Head||Coldplay||Tweed B-Man||Alternative||326|
|audio_sodomy||This is very useful for playing God put a smile on your face and A Rush of Blood to the head. The Tremolo is set to sound kinda like the organ in Rush of Blood to the head and timed appropriately. This is my main Coldplay-esque sound. (played into a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, may need tweaking to sound great through your amp)||1/19/07|
||Cleanch||Nick Drake||Mogwai||Line 6 JTS-45||Alternative||347|
|audio_sodomy||Clean with a reverb Clenching sound P. I'm so inventive!||1/19/07|
||Lenny||Stevie Ray Vaughan||Lenny||SRV and Double Trouble||Tweed B-Man||Blues||242|
|audio_sodomy||Played on Strat or Tele, it sounds rich and chiming. If on strat, use pu position 2 (out of phase)||1/19/07|
||dave gilmour darkside||dave gilmour||us and them||pink floyd||Tube Preamp||rock||261|
|audio_sodomy||very close to davids sound,not perfect but good fun !i have changed the delay rate and drive slightly for a bit more sustain||1/17/07|
||Acoustic Verb||Allen Miller||Your Love Is All We Need||Godcast||Line 6 ACO 2||Acoustic||247|
|audio_sodomy||This is a beautiful acoustic tone for light strum to light picking. Played through a Custom Taylor T5. Perfect for just about any genre, I believe. I'm using it for a worship original I'm currently working on. You can leave out the Stomp and Delay, but it really adds a nice touch.||1/17/07|
||Nothing Else Matters 2 IP||Nothing Else Matters||Metallica||Jazz Clean||Rock||159|
|audio_sodomy||Works good acoustic too. Send me all your tones! ivarptiscali.no||1/17/07|
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