113 tones found
Tones by buffoonery
||Fred Zep II||Jimmy Page||Whole Lotta Love||Led Zeppelin||'93 Hi Gain Solo 100, '93 Hi Gain Solo 100||Rock||61|
|buffoonery||using modern amps to create the sound for Whole Lotta Love tweaked for new firmware||7/5/08|
||Lemon Song||Jimmy Page||The Lemon Song||Led Zeppelin||'68 Brit Plexi Lead 100, '68 Brit Plexi Lead 100||Rock||47|
|buffoonery||Played with Les Paul but I think he may have used a tele on this. Adjust mid and treble to suit your guitar.||7/5/08|
||Led Zeppelin I||Jimmy Page||Dazed and Confused, Good Times Bad Times, Communication Breakdown||Led Zeppeilin||'63 Super O Pawnshop, '63 Super O Pawnshop||Jazz||55|
|buffoonery||Use the neck position on a Telecaster for authentic proto-Zep tones. Very Fuzzy and nasty, and also sounds like the old BW Danish TV live show that's on the DVD set. Just as Page did you can use the wah as a tone control.||7/5/08|
||Rolling Stone_gtr||Michael Bloomfield||Like A Rolling Stone||Bob Dylan||'65 Fn Black Double, '65 Fn Black Double||Rock||66|
||Jazz Chords||Any||Line 6 Clean, Line 6 Clean||Jazz||41|
|buffoonery||Chordal Jazz tone||7/5/08|
||Jazz Chords||Any||Line 6 Clean, Line 6 Clean||Jazz||28|
|buffoonery||Chordal Jazz tone||7/5/08|
||Dont Fear The Reaper||Don't fear the reaper||Blue Oyster Cult||Line 6 Super Sparkle, Line 6 Super Sparkle||Rock||31|
|buffoonery||Sounds very much like the orignal clean opening tone to this song. Played on a YamahaAEX502 with Duncan p90s...direct to tape.||7/5/08|
||SweetHomeAL||Lynard Skynard||Sweet Home Alabama||Lynard Skynard||'65 Fn Black Double, '65 Fn Black Double||Rock||91|
|buffoonery||A pretty decent tone of the 1st guitar in the tune.||7/5/08|
||80s Jovi_id2522||Richie Sambora||You Give Love A Bad Name||Bon Jovi||Line 6 Insane, Line 6 Insane||Rock||220|
|buffoonery||This is that cool old school, Bon Jovi, 80's, Richie Sambora's crunch with sweet harmonics that turned my life around and which lead me to playing guitar...||7/5/08|
||Blues||John Mayer||Who Did You Think I Was||John Mayer||'67 Class A C-30 TB, '67 Class A C-30 TB||Jazz||68|
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