17 tones found
Tones by sdoran
||Hazy Blues||Sean Doran||Class A-30 TB||Blues||77|
||Hazey Blues||Class A-30 TB||Blues||96|
||Intro Distortion||Sean Doran||Aether||Ao||Line 6 Agro||Alternative||140|
|sdoran||This is great for beginning a song off, as an intro. It has an old distant sound, as if recorded with horrible quality, but it still contains character.||3/30/06|
||Chugga Chugga||Cali Crunch||Metal Shred||154|
||Heavy Metal Chugga Solo||JerryC||Canon Rock||Dream Theater||Class A-15||Metal Shred||236|
|sdoran||Versitile Chunkiness. Imagine Petrucci's tone but tighter. Perfect lead tone as well as rhythm if the you turn of the Mod (Phaser). Without the Stomp (Screamer), it lets you have a more subdued distortion. Use your bridge pickup to get a less beffier sound, but still have enough. It can give an edginess to the notes higher up on the fretboard too. Use your neck pickup to obviously get more beef, but also have more smooth notes that are higher up on the fretboard. MY SET UP Gibson Les Paul Studio Output Mode Combo Poweramp Input Pad (That switch in the back) Amp Vox Valvetronix 50ADVT on Boutique Clean. Flat EQ I hope you like this as much as I do. -Song, Guitarist, and Band are there just to get hits. It is like their tones though.||2/10/08|
||Modest Mouse||Isaac Brock||Float On||Modest Mouse||Class A-15||Alternative||237|
|sdoran||You'll figure out when to use each effect for the parts.||4/9/06|
||Acoustic Time Warp||Sean Doran||Aether||Ao||Variax Acoustic||Alternative||281|
|sdoran||Nice and relaxing, with the ability to solo with a nice press of the stomp button. Delay creates the ambient background, and the mod flanger helps bring a little something extra when needed.||3/30/06|
||Viva la Volta||Omar Rodriguez-Lopez||Inertiatic ESP||The Mars Volta||Class A-30 TB||Alternative||718|
|sdoran||This was intended to be played with an amp. I think it sounds close, but you'll have to tweak it some to get other sounds, but this is a good base.||3/30/06|
||Modest Floating Mouse||Float On||Modest Mouse||Class A-15||Alternative||1185|
|sdoran||The stomp lowers the volume a tad, and adds a little fuzz. The mod adds that watery peaceful sounds, and of course delay adds a little repeat of what you're playing. I decided to turn the wah off, but is used in the song. You can copy this and make one with the wah on so you can use it during the catchy little riff thing. Adding some delay at that part makes it sound like the recording. You'll figure out which parts of the song use which effect combinations -)||3/30/06|
||The Daisies (Acoustic)||Buckethead||Chicken||Death Cube K||Variax Acoustic||Alternative||1386|
|sdoran||Ambient, relaxing acoustic with nice wall of echo.||9/28/06|
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