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November 1, 2000 at 12:49 pm #42958
Can anybody tell me what equipment J uses te get his cracked sound? I know he uses a bunch of Electro-harm. pedals (like the big muff), but that’s as far as I get. Any reactions are welcome…
November 1, 2000 at 12:58 pm #53512
Try the Guitar Forum [img]http://www.freakscene.net/ubb/smilies/face-icon-small-wink.gif[/img]
Here is one thread that might interest you http://www.freakscene.net/ubb/Forum6/HTML/000004.html
Sold my soul and all I got was this lousy T-shirt…November 25, 2000 at 11:28 am #53513
J uses two EH Big Muffs (an older & a newer one) in his live rack + a superfuzz pedal and a voodoo bosstone fuzz…in addition to lots and lots of other vintage gear by EH, MXR, Lovetone, Roger Mayer & others. More accurate info available at guitargeek.com
September 6, 2001 at 3:56 pm #53514
Guitar: 1965 Fender Jazzmaster
In 1958, Fender introduced the Jazzmaster. This guitar was designed to provide an upgrade from the Stratocaster. It had a new offset waist body to increase comfort and guitar balance, a new "floating" tremolo that had smoother motion over a shorter travel than the Stratocaster tremolo, and new wide field pickups that gave the guitar a warmer, slightly mellower "jazz" tone than the other Fender guitars. Also, it had a novel dual circuit design which allowed the player to set different volume and tone levels for rhythm and lead playing, and to switch between the two tones with the flick of a switch. Additionally, the Jazzmaster introduced a rosewood fretboard to the Fender line. This feature was soon adopted across the model line.
Although never popular among Jazz players, the Jazzmaster quickly found a home among rock and roll musicians, especially those in the growing field of instrumental rock. In particular, the Seattle based Ventures were avid users of Fender products, and used Jazzmasters on many of their early records. As the surf music craze started in southern California, many young players sought out the guitars.December 10, 2001 at 2:36 am #53515
Check Out the guitar room, coz their is endless talk about what J uses and other guitar related stuff.
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