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    Default Mick Mars' Shout At The Devil Tone

    What's the deal with that? Is it his amps? Is it all mids? What is it? It has such a defined tone to it that he's the only one I've ever heard have. I like it, but at the same time it sounds kinda crappy. It totally works for those songs though. So anyways, I guess my question is...what is it making it sound like that. Is it his amps, pedals, eq, or what?

    It's not a tone I'm searching for. These are just the things I ponder.

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    Default Re: Mick Mars' Shout At The Devil Tone

    i forget what the pedal was but it is a Les Paul Custom thru some 70's Marshalls with a distortion box in front....

    i would think it's a combo of the gear and the way it was recorded

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    Default Re: Mick Mars' Shout At The Devil Tone

    pretty sure was a RAT?
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    Default Re: Mick Mars' Shout At The Devil Tone

    Sounds like he's got some mids cut and the tone down on the guitar.
    My songs....enjoy! (hopefully )

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page...?bandID=652921
    or for older stuff too, but slower downloads
    http://www.acidplanet.com/artist.asp...=301569&T=7414

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    700 watts is ok for small clubs, but when you play with a loud drummer or at a medium-large sized venue, you really need 1,500-watts at least. no one should be left alive.

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