How do you get that unique sound I'm pretty sure it's just distortion, but the solos sound very unique on the album because of the type of dist. (if it helps, I have a Boss 6T-6 effects processor) 

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It's actually pretty easy. Just plug in the pedal and go to Generic sounding soulless channel with no balls.
Come on people! Serious answers! 
<3 LOL

Mr. Sweeney said:
It's actually pretty easy. Just plug in the pedal and go to Generic sounding soulless channel with no balls.
The solos sound harmonized but they are not ( I know at certain times they are such as in o girlfriend what would be in the verse "little boy could be.""
hahahahaha

Mr. Sweeney said:
It's actually pretty easy. Just plug in the pedal and go to Generic sounding soulless channel with no balls.
Ask The Master Himself... RIVERS
i was about to paste that in hear as well, but you beat me to it. a fuzz pedal definitely helps to give the solo that boost and the tone to cut through a gigantic wall of noise.

just purchased the screamer today! still looking for amp, guitar setting for Perfect situation and i know Rivers uses a cry baby and i almost have the sound.... almost....

 

using 75W  Fender deluxe amp, VOS Gibson SG 

 

I was listening to this solo this morning and my guess of Les Paul through a Marshall tube amp was correct, but it also sounds like he is using some type of effect to get that really "watery" sound. Is it a wah, or something else? Very underrated song IMHO, by the way.

Taylor Keefe said:


Crab: SOLO: Bobby Schneck's Les Paul Classic, thru 'rhythm track 2' amp: Marshall 100 watt (modified), formerly owned by Warren Dimartini of Ratt; Marshall slant 4x12 cabinet w/ 25 watt green back Celestion speakers

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