Single Coil Bridge Rock Tones? Yes.

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fdesalvo
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Single Coil Bridge Rock Tones? Yes.

Post by fdesalvo » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:11 pm

Some 80's inspired road trip music.

Finally figured out how to nails down some solid bridge single coil rock tones. Cheers, dudes of rock.

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Re: Single Coil Bridge Rock Tones? Yes.

Post by jediguitarist » Thu Dec 21, 2017 8:59 am

Yeah, man! Nice tone and nice playing! Was that the Stiletto?

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Re: Single Coil Bridge Rock Tones? Yes.

Post by fdesalvo » Thu Dec 21, 2017 12:09 pm

Hey, many thanks.

That’s my own amp (blackface and plexi inspired with PPIMV and other goodies) set to a little power tube breakup then pushed a bit with a Maxon OD808 and a Barber comp. Pardon for any confusion.

The Stiletto opened the Marshall door and refuse to close it!
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Ruining good moments since 1975

1993 Ibanez S540LTD
2011 Stiletto II | Homebrew 5E7 3x10

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