Bonamassa like tone


#1

Here’s an attempt I made at a Bonamassa tone (Gibson P90 bridge at max volume)

http://soundcloud.com/alberta-1/axe-fx-ii-bonamassa-tone


#2

That tone was kick ass. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:


#3

Your tone was too clear to be Bonamassa’s. Muffle it some or put a blanket over your speakers. :grin:
I think Bonamassa uses his Fuzz Face for presence when he does leads. At least that’s what it sounds like to me.


#4

That sounds pretty good :thumbsup:

I don’t think you need a blanket over the speakers, maybe just roll off the tone control on the bridge p’up a bit.

That’s a great tone, though :sunglasses:


#5

Niiiiice! :thumbsup:


#6

Hey Bert, did you re-visit this with your tone knob rolled down?


#7

Yeah, but I’m revisiting the patch instead. I’m going by this video where he is describing all his amps and how he mixes them:


#8

Frikkin’ computer doesn’t do video links well. :x I think you can get damn near close with a Marshall and roll your guitar’s tone down. My Les Paul into the Mark V channel 2 gets in the neighborhood when I do that.


#9

I haven’t heard enough Bonnamossa to comment on tone. but damn Bert…You can play…Let’s hear some more…(I know…Pot calling the kettle black… :smile:)

Sounding good. :sunglasses:


#10

[quote=“Tal Rules, post:9, topic:6650”]I haven’t heard enough Bonnamossa to comment on tone. but damn Bert…You can play…Let’s hear some more…(I know…Pot calling the kettle black… :smile:)

Sounding good. :sunglasses:[/quote]

Seriously, let’s hear some more Bert! :thumbsup:


#11

:blush: thanks guys!


#12

This guy has a pretty good JB setup. I came across this when I was looking at Ceriatone kits a while back :thumbsup:

Joe Bonamassa inspired amp rig demo, Ceriatone OTS HRM100 Marshall DSL100 JCM2000