113 tones found
Tones by buffoonery
||Stranglehold||SoCal||Stranglehold||Ted Nugent||'87 Brit Gain Silver J, '87 Brit Gain Silver J||Rock||43|
||Slide Cooder||Variax Acoustic, Line 6 Bayou||Alternative||33|
||Slash's Clean||Slash||NA||Guns rosesSlash's snakepit||'87 Brit Gain Silver J, '87 Brit Gain Silver J||Rock||43|
|buffoonery||This is slash's clean tone. I based it off of his live settings, it's pretty close, and for those of us with hotter pickups I would reccomend rolling back the volume just slightly when using it. If you have trouble matching the volume to other patches use the compressor as a boost. It's one of the few good humbucker cleans IMO.||7/5/08|
||Schizophrenia||Doug Bryan||Great Rock Patch||na||'02 Missippi Criminal, '87 Brit Gain Silver J||Rock||25|
|buffoonery||Use this for a strong rock tone capable of handling a diverse portion of todays rock music. Lots of warmth and sustain with average mid EQ articulation||7/5/08|
||Pink Floyd Gilmour||'93 Hi Gain Solo 100, '68 Brit Plexi Variac||Alternative||54|
|buffoonery||Solo sound of Gilmour. Played with the Blade Stratocaster||7/5/08|
||Nutcracker||SRV||'68 Brit Plexi Bass 100, Line 6 JTS-45||Blues||50|
|buffoonery||Texas blues based patch using SRV Texas Special neck PU. Dist under stomp 12 and boost(best used alone) under 3. Mod sounds nice. You have to crank up your amp to get the full effect(straight up at half power). 2x12 config. Have Fun!!||7/5/08|
||midnight rambler||keith richards||midnight rambler||rolling stones||'68 Brit Plexi Jump Lead, '65 Fn Black Double||Rock||57|
|buffoonery||A place to start for the lkive midnight rambler tone. I used my '91 US strat with the neck pick up and tone control at mid position.||7/5/08|
||Miserlou||Dick Dale||Miserlou||'67 Fn Black Dual Show, '67 Fn Black Dual Show||Rock||34|
|buffoonery||Good sound for "Mierlou," or as most people know it, "that Pulp Fiction song." I use a strat for it, which is what Dale used.||7/5/08|
||Mesa Boogie||SmithMurray||2 Minutes 2 Midnight||Iron Maiden||'01 California Treadplate, '01 California Diamondplate||Metal Shred||59|
||MAMA'S BIGCHORUS||'65 Fn Black Double, '65 Fn Black Double||Alternative||24|
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