need help wit podxt live tones
Posted on Aug 18, 2006 09:46 pm
Member Since: Aug 18, 2006
im trying to get a siam shade - triptych tone
(basically im trying to get Daita's tone)
and im also trying to get Neil zaza's im alright tone.
PLz help :P
ps. Im using a cort x-9 wit pick-ups exchanged to Zakk Wyldes EMG hb
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Noize2uCzar of MidiAdministrator
Aug 19, 2006 07:30 pm Well the ENG's do have a slightly limited tone quality that you will get. Most of those guitarists use Humbuckers or single coil pickups to get those tones. Such as DiMarzio and the like. But it can be done with a lot of tweaking. I will try and make some time to have a listen to the tunes you mention and see if I can find something close in the POD xt to what you are trying to do. Be aware though that it will take some knob twisting on your part to refine the tone once you find an amp model that is close to what you need.
Since: Apr 04, 2002
There are a lot of midrange tones in there so starting with a Marshall High Gain is going to be a good place to start. You can also try the Buhda emulation as well since it gives a very sweet midrange sound and sustain without a lot of distortion.
There are probably a couple others here who might be able to help pinpoint and amp model to start with, so be patient as weekends can be a bit slow during the summer months.
And welcome to HRC
Aug 20, 2006 04:54 am thnx alot bro
i tried getting help from korean cafes and guitar community sites, but didn't get the answers i needed. They all told me to check out the Line6 custom tone library, but i didn't get anything close to what i wanted there. Anyways thnx from helping, and btw, im new to the PODxt live.
How do you know if the amp simul is marshall or mesa boogie and so on. :P
Aug 20, 2006 04:59 am btw, Daita uses Tom Anderson for Triptych
and Neil Zaza uses Seymour Duncan SH-1 and SH-11 and to help a bit, he uses fulltone's fulldrive2 for his distortion. thnx again for helping :D
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