39 tones found
Tones by audio_sodomy
||Zakk Lead||Zakk Wylde||Ozzy (No more tears)||Ozzy||Brit J-800||Metal Shred||184|
|audio_sodomy||Used a Les Paul Signature Zakk Wylde with EMG 81 85 a Wha Pedal is mandatory here ! -)||1/21/07|
||whhhha||Line 6 Clean||Funk RB||442|
|audio_sodomy||For "Bass loops" with the Pod XTlive!!! it sounds Dance... Play cool because of the Synth sound ...||1/24/07|
||Tool||Adam Jones||Third Eye||Tool||L6 Modern Hi Gain||Rock||328|
|audio_sodomy||Alright for the beginning of the song use the chorus and delay for all the slide stuff and take them off for the verse. Come in with the chorus for all the parts that arent palm muted. For the solo at about the middle of the song kick on the Wah and play with it till you get the right sound you want. At about 826 where the high pitch sound comes in stomp on the dingo-tron on the stomp box to get that sound. Hope this setup works for you!||1/17/07|
||Steve Vai Clean||Steve Vai||ALL WE HE USE THE CLEAN ACOUSTIC TONE||No Amp||METAL FUSION||133|
|audio_sodomy||TRY TO USE THIS SOUND WIH AN IBANEZ GUITAR AND SWITCH PICK UPS IN THE SPLITTED POSITION.........IT'S THE SAME!!!||1/17/07|
||space lead||Cali Crunch||Metal Shred||171|
|audio_sodomy||a different type of lead tone not too heavy. good for something like "floods" by pantera.||1/21/07|
||SingleNoteHarmony||Vai or Satriani||for lead guitar||Line 6 Insane||Metal Shred||322|
|audio_sodomy||Play one note at a time. I don't have an expression pedal, but I wanted the harmony.||1/21/07|
||sepultura||max cavalera||territory||sepultura||Line 6 Insane||Metal Shred||522|
|audio_sodomy||tune top e down to d for some serious chaos!||1/22/07|
||Satriani - Cryin'||Joe Satriani||Cryin'||Joe Satriani||L6 Modern Hi Gain||Rock||113|
||Rushing Blood||A Rush of Blood to the Head||Coldplay||Tweed B-Man||Alternative||317|
|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|
||Rush - Body Elecrtic||Alex Lifeson||The Body Electric||Rush||Plexi 45||Rock||347|
|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|
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