Tone Details

Tone Name   Buckethead Autowah  





Author   branrep  
       
Created with   Vetta II Combo  
   

 
Guitarist  
Buckethead
 
Song  
Mustang
 
Band  
 
Amp   '63 Class A-30 Fawn, '63 Class A-30 Fawn  
Style  
Alternative
   
Suggested Pickup  
single coil Single Coil
 
Comments  
Almost the same auto-wah sound used for some of the lead lines in "Electric Tears". Do some palm-muting when playing over de 12th fret and you will sound like Bucky in Mustang (just the lead breaks). Selecting the bridge coil and playing with the amount of dist and tweaking with the dealy you will be able to play most of the songs in Electric Tears. I also use this patch to play some of the funky-slap stuff that Bucky does when soloing on stage.
 
       
Date   4/4/09  
Downloads   56  

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