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Def Leppard High 'n' Dry tone?

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Hey everyone. I'm 12 and have been playing guitar for 5 years. I used Rocksmith to teach me the basics and essentials of electric guitar. I mostly play to Def Leppard and Van Halen songs. I am also great at picking out tones from songs. I use a Line 6 Spider III 75 and a Jackson Dinky JS22 and Epiphone Les Paul Special II. I'm wondering how to get the High 'N' Dry tone? I have a good match already but something just doesn't sound right about it:

 

Amp: Crunch Green

Drive: 1 o' clock (With drive boost, hold tap and move drive past middle)
Bass: None
Mid: Cranked
Treble: Cranked
Channel Volume: Max
Reverb: 10 o' clock
 
 
Thanks in advance. I appreciate your help!  :)
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great work!  you may want to pull down on the mids a bit, but you are so close I don't know that it matters. the important thing is to keep up the great playing - Line 6 can always use more great product specialists!

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hey I know phil collen uses a heavy string gauge and metal picks.  Maybe backing the treble down and using a metal pick will help

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Alright, I got a MUCH better tone now. It hasn't just been 7 months. Anyway.

 

Crunch Green of course

 

Drive: Max

 

Bass: Zero

 

Mids: 11 o' clock

 

Treble: 4 o' clock (Trust me, I want to back it off too, but it loses that raw sound.)

 

Reverb: all you want, not too much :)

 

Jam away, my friends.

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Amazing that tone sounds good to me dont put that guitar down keep it up for the rest of your life will give you so much happibess regards Stephen

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