Tone Details

Tone Name Heavy Metal Chugga Solo
Created with PODxt Live
Author sdoran
Canon Rock
Dream Theater
Amp Class A-15
Metal Shred
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.
Date 2/10/08
Downloads 258
PODxt Live

Heavy Metal Chugga Solo


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