It is possible to go through this lesson but there will be a technical problem becasue no matter how hard you try and how you set up your gear, you will not be able to get this kind of response for your articulation and further - this kind of tone. This time it's not only a frequency response that makes the tone, but a specific way that single coil respond to our playing. This lesson is clearly dedicated for neck single coil loaded guitars. Also on a 7th string you would actually have more problems than I had on 6th in original take so it would not be a fair play
speed, technique, workout, intermediate, beginnerby Darius Wave
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Idea of this lesson is to combine massive and powerfull, stoner groove with specific, "bottle" type of strat neck pickup tone. Harmonic content is blues and classic rock based. Main focus is to get familiar with wide palette of dynamics, articulation and some classic licks, commonly used in blues and rock.
Single coil neck pickup is highly recommended. Because of totally different response to articulation, humbucking pickup can block you on your way to get THIS exact variety of tones. In other words...you may loose your good attitude while trying to get things done on a thing that will not make you able to, no matter how much you try...and it not would be your fault.
As for AMP tone...
Good startting point is any kind of old Marshall simulation - often called plexi, super lead or 1959, british crunch etc... in fx devices/plug-ins presets. Be carefull with gain amount. The more gain, the worse translation of hand dynamics.
Gear used (in order of connection chain placement):