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Posted 17 February 2009 - 03:39 PM

I guess I'll stick everything I found in here.



John Petrucci of Dream Theater
1)Clean Channel:
Preamp Mode: Rhythm 1 Yellow
Gain: 6
Treble: 6.5
Middle: 3.5
Bass: 3
Lead 1 Drive: 0
Lead 2 Drive: 0
Master: 5.5
Presence: 8
Dynamic Voice: 7
Power Amps set on Deep And Modern

2)Main Distortion Channel:
Preamp Mode: Lead 1 Red
Gain: 6
Treble: 6
Middle: 6
Bass: 4.5
Lead 1 Drive: 4.5
Lead 2 Drive: 0
Master: 4
Presence: 6.5
Dynamic Voice: 6.5
Power Amps set on Deep And Modern

3)Lead Channel:
Preamp Mode: Lead 2 Yellow (MarkII Lead Sound)
Gain: 7.5
Treble: 4.5
Middle: 4
Bass: 5.5
Lead 1 Drive: 0
Lead 2 Drive: 6.5 Master: 6
Presence: 0
Dynamic Voice: 3

4)EFFECTS CHAIN:
Clean Sound - basic chorus sound
Lead Sound - 602 and 460 millisecond delay with 3 repeats
Crunch - 26 milliseconds delay

Jeff Loomis of Nevermore
Pre Gain- 6-9
Low- 4-7
Mid- 5-7.
High- 5-7
Post Gain- 7-10.
Presence- 5-7

Tom Morello of Audioslave/Rage Against the Machine
Gain - 7
Treble - 10
Mid - 4
Bass - 4
Reverb - 0

Eric Clapton of Eric Clapton
Gain - 7
Teble - 5
Mid - 7
Bass - 7
Presence - 8

Mick Thompson of Slipknot
Gain - 9-10
Treble - 8
Mid - 7
Bass - 8
Reverb - 2
Note tuning of B F B E Gsharp Csharp (low to high)

Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin
Gain - 4
Treble - 8
Mid - 3
Bass - 7
Reverb - 2

Kurt Cobain of Nirvana
Gain - 7
Treble - 7
Mid - 4
Bass - 3
Reverb - 2

Eddie Van Halen of Van Halen
Gain - 6
Treble - 4
Mid - 3
Bass- 9
Reverb - 4

John Frusciante of Red Hot Chili Peppers
Gain - 4
Treble - 8
Mid - 2
Bass - 6
Reverb - 7

Kirk Hammet of Metallica
Gain - 7
Treble - 7
Mid - 2
Bass - 7
Reverb - 2

Keith Richards of Rolling Stones
Gain - 4.5
Treble - 4.5
Mid - 6.5
Bass - 5.5
Reverb - 1.5
Note use of open G tuning, D G D G B D (low to high)

The Edge of U2
Gain - 1.5
Treble - 7
Mid - 5
Bass - 3
Reverb - 8.5

Brian May of Queen
Gain - 8.5
Treble - 4
Mid - 9
Bass - 5.5
Reverb - 4
Note Brian famously uses old sixpences to pick the strings of his guitar.

Jack White of The White Stripes
Gain - 8
Treble - 7
Mid - 5
Bass - 8
Prescence - 8

Slash of Guns N' Roses
Gain - 6.5
Treble - 4.5
Mid - 7
Bass - 7
Presence ? 8

Justin Hawkins of The Darkness
bass- 6
treble-8
mid-8
gain-7
reverb-5

Dimebag Darrel of Pantera
Gain - 7
Treble - 10
Mid - 4
Bass - 9
Reverb ? 0

Billie Joe Armstrong (newer) of Green Day
Drive - 6
Treble - 10
Mid - 8
Bass - 5
Reverb ? 3

Billie Joe Armstrong (older) of Green Day
Gain:9
Treble:10
Mid:8
Bass:5
Reverb:3

Dave Murray of Iron Maiden
Drive - 7
Treble - 9
Mid - 7
Bass - 4
Reverb - 0
Use your brigde humbucker - I find this tone to be excellent for Maiden - The Trooper, Hallowed especially


Gary Moore of Thin Lizzy
Bass 7
Treble 7
Mids 8-10
Gain 5-7 depends on song
Coutour at 3-4 not so high to suck the mids but not os low to sound crappy
maybe a splash of reverb
Neck pickup

Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters
Distortion:8
Treble:7
Middle:5
Bass:3
Reverb:3 (room)

Joe Walsh of Eagles
Treble: 7
Bass:3
Mid: 4
Master:3
Reverb:2
Presence:3

Angus Young of AC/DC
Gain - 5
Treble - 10
Mid - 10
Bass - 5

Gary Rossington of Lynyrd Skynyrd
Treble - 5
Mid - 10
Bass - 5
Gain - 2-3

Mark Tremonti of Creed/Alter Bridge
Gain:10
Treb.:6
Mid.:3 or 4
Bass:7
Presence:6

Mike McCready of Pearl Jam
Treble: 7
Mid: 7
Low: 5

Daron Malakian of System of a Down
Amp Used: Crate VFX5212
Gain: 8
Treble: 6-7
Mids: 3-5
Bass: 10
Presence: 8
Note the use of Drop D down 1/2 step (Db Ab Db Gb Bb Eb)

Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath
Gain - 7 or 8
Bass - 6
Middle - 6
Treble - 6
Channel - Overdrive

Mick Mars of Motley Crue
Gain - 3
Bass - 2-3
Contour - 2-3
Treble - 10
Channel - Overdrive

Steve Jones of Sex Pistols
Gain- 7
Volume- 10
Treble- 8.5
Middle- 6
Bass- 4

Alex Laiho of Children of Bodom
Treble: 9
Mid: 4
Bass: 7
Gain: 8
Reverb: 4
(on guitar)
Tone: 10
Pickup: Bridge

David Gilmour of Pink Floyd
Bass: 10
Middle: 6.5
Treble: 10
Gain: 1.5
or
Gain-2-3
Treble- 7-8
Mids- 9-10
Bass- 5-6
Reverb- 60-70%

Carlos Santana of Carlos Santana
gain 7
treble 10
mid 6
bass 5
reverb 2

Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains
Gain 6-7
Treble 6-7
Mids 5-6
Bass 5-6
Reverb 3

Joe Perry of Aerosmith
Gain: 5.5
Treble: 2
Mid: 7
Bass: 2
Volume: Full (used Fenders in the early days and switched to music Man during the Toys era, now uses a mixture)

Pete Willis of Def Leppard
Gain- 4
Bass-4
Mid- 5
Treble-7
Reverb-4

Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top
Treble: 3
Middle: 10
Bass: 10
Prescense: 10
Gain: about 5 (crunchy type of sound)
Use a Les Paul guitar with not to much output in the pups and select both!

Buckethead of Buckethead
Bass: 5-6
Mids: 5-7
Treble: 7-8
Presence: 6

Boost clean channel with an OD
Tone: 5-6
Volume: 5-8 (have it boost the volume of the amp a little)
Distortion: 0

Randy Rhoads of Ozzy Osbourne
Gain 7
Bass 7
Mids 7
Treble 10
Reverb 0

Stevie Ray Vaughan of Stevie Ray Vaughan
Low 10 (full)
Mid 7.5
High 5

Steve Vai
Clean:
Treble: 8
Mid: 5
Bass: 4

Lead:
Presence: 6
Treble: 6
Mid: 7
Bass: 7
Gain: 8

Kerry King of Slayer
Gain - 9-10
Treble - 10
Mid - 4
Bass - 6-7
Reverb – 3

Opeth
Amp EQ settings:
Mids: 4:30 o' clock
High:10:30 o'clock
Low: 7 (barely above 0)
Presence: 0
Resonance: 8(barely above 0)

Drapery Falls Intro Tone(for Boss GT-6):
Only things that are on are:
-Reverb(set to 75)
-Overdrive/Distortion(Metal>Heavy Metal Preset)
-Overdrive/Distortion Drive and Level set to 100
-Equalizer:
Low EQ +1 dB
Lo-Mid f 500Hz
Lo-Mid Q 2
Lo-Mid EQ +2 dB
Hi-Mid f 4.00 kHz
Hi-Mid Q 2
Hi-Mid EQ +2 dB
High EQ +2 dB
Level +2 dB
-Pedal Assign: Exp Pedal ON, Foot vol min 0
Opeth Distortion:
Only things switched on are:
-Overdrive/Distortion TYPE: Metal>Heavy Metal(type variation)
-Overdrive/Distortion Drive and Level: 100
-Reverb: 25
-Pedal Assign: Exp Pedal ON, Foot vol min 0
-MAKE SURE YOU USE RHYTHM PICKUP FOR THIS DISTORTION

Graham Coxon of Blur
Gain 7
Treble 7
Mid 6
Bass 5
Reverb 0

Rush
Gain - 6
Bass - 8
Mid - 6
Treble – 4

Neil Young
Bass: 5
Middle: 10
Treble: 10
Presence: 10
Gain: 5

Jimi Hendrix of Jimi Hendrix Experience
Gain - 4
Treble - 5
Mid - 5
Bass - 8
Reverb - 5

Joe Satriani
1.) Gain 7
Treble 6
Mid 10
Bass 6
Reverb 1

2.) gain: 7
Treble: 6
Middle: 3
Bass: 6
Reverb: 0 (Distortion)

3.) Gain: 6
Treble: 7
Bass: 9
Mids:0

Wolfmother
Gain: 7
Bass: 6
Mid: 6
Treble: 4
Reverb: 2

Dave Mustaine of Megadeth
Gain 10
Bass 4
Contour 10
Treble 10

Matt Heafy of Trivium
Treble- 8.5
Mid-6.5
Bass-6
Gain-7.5
Reverb-none

Daron Malakian of System Of A Down (newer)
Pre-Amp: 7
Gain: 5
Trebble: 8
Mid:9
Bass: 7.5
Presence: 9

Killswitch Engage
Reverb:4
Bass:6
Mid:6
Treble:4 or 7 depending on song.
Gain:8

Random Speed/Power metal settings:
Gain: 4
Bass: 4
Mid: 8
Treble: 4
Reverb: 3

Gain: 7
Bass: 8
Mid: 3
Treble: 7
Reverb: 3

Hank Marvin of The Shadows
Gain - 2
Treble - 6
Mid - 9
Bass - 9
Reverb - 10

Pete Townshend of The Who
Gain: 5
Treble: 10
Middle: 10
Bass: 10
Reverb: 3

Cradle Of Filth
Gain: 10
Bass: 10
Mids: 1
Treble: 10
Volume: 10

Boston settings
Gain - 5
Treble - 5
Mid - 10
Bass - 3
Reverb - 0

Rammstein
Bass: 9-10
Mids: 4-5
Treble: 9-10
Gain: 10

Phish- Chalkdust torture
Gain:6
Bass:8
Mid:7
treble:4
reverb:3

Dez Cadena of The Misfits
Gain: 9
Bass: 9.5
Mid: 6
Treble: 5
Post gain: 5

Zakk Wylde of Black Label Society
Preamp: 10
Volume: 4-6
Bass: 10
Middle: 4-6
Treble: 4-6
Presence: 2

John Squire of The Stone Roses
Gain 7
Bass 7
Mids 7
Treble 3
Reverb 5

Andy Summers of The Police
Gain 5
Bass 7
Mids 5
Treble 5
Reverb 5

Paul Weller
Gain 7
Bass 10
Mids 10
Treble 10
Reverb 3

Strapping Young Lad
Gain 7
Bass 8
Mids 6
Treble 7
Reverb 0

Darkest Hour
Gain-6
Bass-7-8
Middle-7
Treble-5
Presence-7

Allan Holdswoth
Gain: 2 o'clock
Treble: 2 o'clock
Middle: 2 o'clock
Bass: 0
Presence: 10 o'clock

Brendon Small of Dethklok
Gain- 8-9
Treb-5-6
Mid-6
Bass-8

Jeff Beck
Gain - 10
Bass - 6
Mid - 5
Treble - 7
Reverb - 4

Tool
Bass: 4
Mid: 4
Treble: 8
Gain: 7.5

Testament
Bass- 6-7
Mids- 2-3
Treble- 4
Presence- 7-8
Gain- 5-7

John 5
Gain- 3-5
Bass-10
Mids-4
Treble- 8

Savatage
Gain 9
Treb 6
Mid 2
Bass 5
Presence 6

Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth
Gain 6
Treble 8
Mid 3-4
Bass 6

Radiohead - My Iron Lung
Drive: 10
Treble: 6
Middle: 7
Bass: 6
Reverb: 3

Herman Li of Dragonforce
gain- 10
bass- 8
mid- 5
treble 7

Yngwie Malmsteen
Bass 5-7
Mid 2-5
Treble 6-8
Presence 4-6
Volume 10

Paul Gilbert of Racer-X
Gain 7
Bass 7
Mid 5
Treble 7

Misery Signals
Distortion channel
gain-5
bass-6
mid-5
treble-6
resonance-5
presence-6

clean
gain-2 or 3
bass-8
mid-5
treble-4
resonance-8
presence-3

Norma Jean
gain:7-8
bass:7
mid:4
treble:6

Queens Of The Stone Age
Gain: 7
Treble: 3
Mid: 8
Bass: 6
Reverb: 0

George Thorogood
Drive: 6.5
Bass: 2.5
Mids: 7
Treble: 8
Chan. Vol.: 7.5

Slash of Velvet Revolver
Gain: 5-7
Treble: 4-6
Mid: 7-8
Bass: 6-8
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Posted 23 February 2009 - 08:17 PM

well it's a good starting point to develop the sound you want for the particular genre you're interested in...or anyway for experimenting to get the sound that expresses your music best...

sounds interesting did it have more guitarists?post the link if you can please :D
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Posted 23 February 2009 - 09:26 PM

Oh yeah, it had a ton of guitarists. I was just thinking that it would be cool to have something like it on here. But here's the link

http://www.ultimate-...ad.php?t=294480
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Posted 24 February 2009 - 05:49 PM

Quite cool, but remeber the EQ on every amp colours the sound ina different way, so my EQ on a Marshall set the same as yours on say, a Cornford, will sound totally different. But I guess its a good starting point.
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Posted 24 February 2009 - 06:01 PM

Well yes, but a little tweaking here and a little tampering there, can it not get you close to the kind of sound you want? I just use it as a reference to get the generalized area they play in. But either way, you're right, so I was just gonna go ahead and share the goodies I came across.
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Posted 24 February 2009 - 09:00 PM

thanks pal :-) ...although i couldn't find the loomis's settings i had been searching for..
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Posted 25 February 2009 - 01:49 AM

 Deadly Nightshade, on Feb 24 2009, 10:00 PM, said:

thanks pal :-) ...although i couldn't find the loomis's settings i had been searching for..

damn... I was gonna look for those too XD oh well
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Posted 26 February 2009 - 11:17 AM

As far as I'm concered...

Rythem - Low Mids
Lead - High mids





..........thats about it :P
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Posted 26 February 2009 - 03:21 PM

Yeah, I searched through that entire thread and couldn't find Loomis ones. So I went to google... Couldn't find any ANYWHERE!!! I was also looking for Gus G and Michael Amott, but all hope has failed.
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Posted 26 February 2009 - 04:19 PM

 Kain {IRL}, on Feb 26 2009, 11:17 AM, said:

As far as I'm concered...

Rythem - Low Mids
Lead - High mids





..........thats about it :P



about the rythm part i think it's pretty obvious...but how much???and how much highs?i use a digitech death metal in a scoopy setting (although it sounds shit for rythm when u switch to the neck pickup) through a zakk wylde marshall ministack..and i'm having a hard time to get a satisfying tone for both neck and bridge pickup...but i managed to find something..

 Kain {IRL}, on Feb 26 2009, 11:17 AM, said:

As far as I'm concered...

Rythem - Low Mids
Lead - High mids





..........thats about it :P



about the rythm part i think it's pretty obvious...but how much???and how much highs?i use a digitech death metal in a scoopy setting (although it sounds shit for rythm when u switch to the neck pickup) through a zakk wylde marshall ministack..and i'm having a hard time to get a satisfying tone for both neck and bridge pickup...but i managed to find something..
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Posted 27 February 2009 - 02:59 AM

 Deadly Nightshade, on Feb 25 2009, 08:00 AM, said:

thanks pal :-) ...although i couldn't find the loomis's settings i had been searching for..

I checked the forum on UG and noticed that there were over 130 pages in that topic. Did you happen to search thru all of them looking for Loomis?
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Posted 27 February 2009 - 07:39 AM

 Vercingetorix, on Feb 27 2009, 03:59 AM, said:

I checked the forum on UG and noticed that there were over 130 pages in that topic. Did you happen to search thru all of them looking for Loomis?



no....i didn't check the forum...good idea...i wouldn't have a problem to check 1000 pages if it is about loomis...XDXDXD B)
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Posted 27 February 2009 - 07:41 AM

i checked the sevenstring.com forum but couln't find it (for god's sake...it's the only forum that SHOULD have it!!!for obvious reasons XD)..so i'll try UG
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Posted 27 February 2009 - 01:15 PM

 Deadly Nightshade, on Feb 27 2009, 08:41 AM, said:

i checked the sevenstring.com forum but couln't find it (for god's sake...it's the only forum that SHOULD have it!!!for obvious reasons XD)..so i'll try UG

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 01:36 PM

I am a member at SevenString.org for obvious reasons - will soon own three of the things but I couldn't find anything there either. I managed to scrounge up some older settings for Loomis, when he was playing Dual Recs :(. Those 2 channel Dual Recs are no longer produced by Mesa. Unfortunately, no settings for anything newer.

Jeff Loomis - DEAD HEART IN A DEAD WORLD:

Custom Built 7 String Guitar loaded with EMG 707 pickups. The guitars were routed into a Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer that was used as a signal boost. The settings on the TS-9 were:

Drive: 9 O'Clock
Tone: 10 O'Clock
Level: 12 O'Clock

This was fed into the amp that was used on all of the rhythm and leads. The amp used was a Mesa Boogie (2 Channel) Dual Rectifier that was straight from the box. The Mesa Recto was routed into a Marshall 1960B 4X12 Cab with the stock 75 Celestions they have. Settings on the Mesa Recto were:

Silicon Diode Setting
Bold Setting
Red (Modern) Channel
Treble: 11.30
Mids: 10 O'Clock
Bass: 11.30
Gain: 12:30
Presence: 12.30
Master: 10 O'Clock
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Posted 27 February 2009 - 09:21 PM

 Vercingetorix, on Feb 27 2009, 02:36 PM, said:

I am a member at SevenString.org for obvious reasons - will soon own three of the things but I couldn't find anything there either. I managed to scrounge up some older settings for Loomis, when he was playing Dual Recs :(. Those 2 channel Dual Recs are no longer produced by Mesa. Unfortunately, no settings for anything newer.

Jeff Loomis - DEAD HEART IN A DEAD WORLD:

Custom Built 7 String Guitar loaded with EMG 707 pickups. The guitars were routed into a Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer that was used as a signal boost. The settings on the TS-9 were:

Drive: 9 O'Clock
Tone: 10 O'Clock
Level: 12 O'Clock

This was fed into the amp that was used on all of the rhythm and leads. The amp used was a Mesa Boogie (2 Channel) Dual Rectifier that was straight from the box. The Mesa Recto was routed into a Marshall 1960B 4X12 Cab with the stock 75 Celestions they have. Settings on the Mesa Recto were:

Silicon Diode Setting
Bold Setting
Red (Modern) Channel
Treble: 11.30
Mids: 10 O'Clock
Bass: 11.30
Gain: 12:30
Presence: 12.30
Master: 10 O'Clock



thanks i'll check it out ;-)
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Posted 01 March 2009 - 03:36 PM

Should I edit the Jeff settings into the top post and put any other interesting ones in there as well? Just to make it easier?

By the way... Vercingetorix, thank you! Haha, cool stuff.
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Posted 01 March 2009 - 06:47 PM

 xViking-Shredderx, on Mar 1 2009, 03:36 PM, said:

Should I edit the Jeff settings into the top post and put any other interesting ones in there as well? Just to make it easier?

By the way... Vercingetorix, thank you! Haha, cool stuff.




If you have enough spare time do it...it will be for the sake of other viewers of this topic..


BTW i haven't tried the amp setting Vercingetorix posted...but i feel that 11:30 o'clock is a bit...low for lows XD ...i guess the ibanez tube screamer does the job with the tone adjustment...it must be a really good pedal...and i can say that even by using it with a line 6 toneport in the amp and effects programm called gearbox...the insane amp together with a pinch of gain and distortion from the screamer gives amazing results...changes the sound of the amp so much....even digitally...imagine in reality..XD
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Posted 02 March 2009 - 12:53 AM

 Deadly Nightshade, on Mar 2 2009, 05:47 AM, said:

BTW i haven't tried the amp setting Vercingetorix posted...but i feel that 11:30 o'clock is a bit...low for lows XD ...i guess the ibanez tube screamer does the job with the tone adjustment...

After I found the settings I thought both the treble and the lows were a little o0n the low side when compared to the mids, not much of the traditional metal scooping happening there. So I'm putting it down to the Tubescreamer. My guitar tutor said that all a lot of the good metal guitarists use a Tubescreamer :blink: (or some type of OD). Up till then I thought the only guitarist who used one was SRV :lol:.
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Posted 02 March 2009 - 07:05 AM

Alrighty, I threw a bunch of stuff in there... Enjoy.
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