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post Feb 8 2011, 07:06 PM
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Hi guys! I´ve been looking for a cool sound for my soloing and i cant seem to find anything of liking, so i figgured i might just listen to one of the guitarists i like and then find out what gear he uses for his soling! Does anyone here have any idea what kind of pedals and effects Gus G uses for his soling? Examples on songs are "The fire and the fury" and mostly any solo from the early Dream Evil. Any information provided will be greatly appreciated!

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Rated Htr
post Feb 8 2011, 09:38 PM
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I know he uses one of a kind Gus G hands tongue.gif.

Seriously man it's about searching for some pedals and sticking to what you like. You can just google and search those artists wiki pages and some of them show what gear they use. Gus G's page has a lot of info about his gear, check it out.


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post Feb 9 2011, 12:08 AM
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I know he uses one of a kind Gus G hands tongue.gif.

Seriously man it's about searching for some pedals and sticking to what you like. You can just google and search those artists wiki pages and some of them show what gear they use. Gus G's page has a lot of info about his gear, check it out.

Yeah, always know that 90% of your tone is in the way you hit the strings!


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