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Discussion in 'The Tone Zone' started by jchrisf, Jun 25, 2020.
Les Paul or SG thru a vintage Marshall is the pinnacle for me. One of my favorite examples:
That's the other one of theirs I love - such a groove!
Could be. I think it was just one of those freaky studio moments. I love the guy's playing and tone but to my ears he never sounds like that on any of his other solos.
Whenever I watch that I always enjoy that little shot of Michelle Phillips looking like she's having an orgasm. Although that could be a deluded fantasy of mine. Yeah the tone's great - we all know that - but Michelle Phillips having an orgasm....
Still in love with this, Les Paul into cranked stock Plexi...godly playing, godly tone, classic track...
Amen to this one! Billy and I went to the same high school, though he was a few years ahead of me. Saw them in concert before COVID, Billy's lost his voice, but man oh man he still play! Incredible.
I have to agree. it is the most mesmerizing song I ever heard as a young man, the whole song just blows me away, but the outro into the final climax is complete saturation of tone, it's ungodly in my opinion.
His cover of Killing Floor at monterey is insane. Tone and playing.
this is my take on great tone
I chose this song because of its texture. The entire album is an example of what happens when everything goes right, and really needs to be heard on vinyl on a vintage stereo console with tubes. I don't know what equipment they used in the studio to capture this stellar recording. When I saw them in '75 with Maggie Bell, and Grey Ghost, they were running an Ampeg backline. The Open C tuning for the guitars on this song really sparkles.
Pie or EJ with the Marshalls...
Can't pick just one. Priest Unleashed is up there.
Jake E Lee Badlands. Thick and meaty.Especially starting at this chorus. And first song in
Something like these will do it.
Some tones I like
Preist! I really dig the part and tone towards the end of "Some Heads are Gonna Roll" when just the guitar is playing for a couple of measures (before Rob starts screaming).
Oh ohhhhhh! duh da dah duh ......Oh ohhhhhh!