14 tones found
Tones by tinman1
||ACDC early days||Angus Young||Back in Black, Highway to Hell||AC/DC||23||219|
|tinman1||Based on my podfarm tone- this is the closest I've come to nailing the AC/DC tone on podHD. Very important to roll down the guitar volume for rhythm/ powerchord work and turn it up for the solos- just as Angus does. Made on a Gibson flying V with Seymour Duncan '59 pickups in bridge and neck (matched Vintage Blues set).||4/1/13|
||Slash||Slash||Sweet child o' mine||Guns n' roses||Brit J-800||284|
|tinman1||Neck for intro, chorus and solo 1, 2 and first half of 3rd solo. Bridge for verse and bridge sections. Need a wah and bridge pickup for 2nd half of 3rd solo. The slash SC-95 wah is awesome!||3/30/13|
||Little Wing FULL||Jimi Hendrix||Little Wing||Blackface 'Lux Nrm||176|
|tinman1||Use pickup position between neck and middle on a strat||3/30/13|
||Purplish Haze||Jimi Hendrix||Purple Haze||Blackface 'Lux Nrm||161|
||Blues-Rock||Walter Trout||Blackface 'Lux Nrm||134|
|tinman1||Higher gain blues tone for strat||3/30/13|
||American Twang||Van Zant||Sweet Home Alabama||Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rolling Stones||Blackface Double Nrm||182|
|tinman1||Made on a strat||3/30/13|
||59' Plexi Crunch||Kossoff, Page||Free, Led Zeppelin||23||Classic Rock||190|
|tinman1||Kick in Tube Drive on FX1 for a higher gain, 70's rock tone. Great with PAF style humbuckers but also works well with a strat.||3/30/13|
||Texas Blues FULL||SRV||Tweed B-Man Nrm||Texas Blues||166|
|tinman1||An alternative take on the SRV tone as opposed to my other patch.||3/30/13|
||Hot Deluxe||SRV||Pride and Joy, Stratocaster blues jams||Blackface 'Lux Nrm||Texas Blues, Blues-rock, Classic rock||242|
|tinman1||This is my number 1 stratocaster patch for most stuff. Made for a strat but works with humbuckers. Mainly use neck pickup for SRV stuff.||3/30/13|
||Hendrix Live||Jimi Hendrix||Blackface 'Lux Nrm||Classic Rock||2077|
|tinman1||I've tried to base this on the generic live at Monterey type guitar tone. It's optimised for playing through a DT25 amp. Wah can be turned on for Voodoo Chile but probably need to swap the FX1 overdrive pedal for fuzz if playing Purple Haze (sadly no option for both with HD300). Used the neck pickup on my Classic Player 60's strat. Any comments welcome. Haven't discovered any other good Jimi tones for HD300 within customtone yet.||11/29/11|
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