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fenderflyer
post Jan 11 2014, 10:58 AM
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Hi There,

I have just been watching the above video and I would really like to know how to get this sound from my amp. I have a Fender Princetown
Chorus. Can anyone help please.

many thanks.

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Darius Wave
post Jan 11 2014, 12:19 PM
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Be aware / keep distance for the tone of recorded amp vs tone of the real amp in Your room. Many times people try to get same tone on the amp as they here from pc speakers...that's never gonna happen because there are too many factors affecting the tone after it's recorded.


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post Jan 11 2014, 04:49 PM
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P.S As far as I remember Sinisa uses Boss GT10 multiple effects. He uses a few different tones out of it. What is Your set-up? Maybe You could give a sample of Your tone. Also....he seems to roll of the tone knob on the guitar a bit.


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Todd Simpson
post Jan 11 2014, 10:26 PM
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Well, the Fender Princetown is going to sound like a fender princetown by itself. You could add a multi effects unit, or try to purchase the gear being used to create the original sound, or skip all that and get an audio interface and use something like Guitar Rig/Pod Farm/Overloud to get the sound you want in software. smile.gif I quit chasing amps long ago when I did an A/B test and my overloud guitar plugins sounded better in the mix than my amp with several mics on it. But it's a learning process, so start with what you have and begin to experiment smile.gif

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Hi There,

I have just been watching the above video and I would really like to know how to get this sound from my amp. I have a Fender Princetown
Chorus. Can anyone help please.

many thanks.

Greg. ( fenderflyer)


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