mijknahs wrote:I'm convinced that part of THAT TONE is the Tiger guitar itself. I bet if Doug Irwin made 10 identical Tiger guitars they would all sound a bit different and one might even be a "dud". One would probably stand out as the better one as well.
hippieguy1954 wrote:Don't forget, (and this has been discussed a lot before) they are playing at a very high volume.
waldo041 wrote:Are you guys sure that this particular aspect of his tone actually comes from his guitar and/or rig? I am repeatedly told over and over that the only way to get that is by practice. i am also repeatedly told that he could actually get that sound from anything he played! Clipping output transistors, modding preamps, and rewiring guitars could not even remotely be a possibility or a fraction of it, it is all in the fingers, right?
He must have been eating doritos or something crunchy before he played that peggy'o solo to get that grit.
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