Nevertheless using this pick is a quick way of reducing some of the top end in your sound, a tonal feature that is synonymous with Joe and is also a cheap and cheerful way of getting closer to his sound. Loading cabinets with EV200s, Joe’s speaker of choice, can also help put you in the Bonamassa ball park. Joe’s pick of choice is the Dunlop Jazz III which is also favoured by, that’s right you guessed it, Eric Johnson.

I've got his jubilee settings from his the Joe Bonamassa forum... FWIW I think Benttop has the best approach! So, 11s is better, at least for up here.”. Hearing the sound leave the guitar then return to his ears differently and had different times started his major obsession with pedals. Since these days, many of these effects like overdrive, reverb, delay, and many others have been manufactured into small (or large) pedal boxes that can be accessed simply by stomping on a button.

Powered by PunBB, supported by Informer Technologies, Inc. This pedal has gone through many changes throughout the years and remains as one of the best overdrive pedals you can own.

Weighing in at a reasonable $199 it produces ounces of the creamy, soft top end that is recognised in Joe’s sound.

Joe Bonamassa showcases the best of his breathtaking guitar and amp collection “So, the Overdrive, it digs a bigger trench on the bottom and it’s tighter and it’s more articulate, but it’s more saturated. I feel that the tone is more direct and refined as well. I would set them clean just on the edge of overdrive.

There's the now-famous picture circulating of him on a nearly basketball court-size soundstage packed with gear. Contributor: WENN Rights Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo)Gibson, Amazon, Unsplash, Unsplash, Amazon, Dialling in a beautiful blues tone is no easy task.

It is a smooth blues tone that maintains total clarity. A very similar approach to his, and many other’s idol, Jimi Hendrix. If you want to sound like Joe Bonamassa, there are two main challenges you need to overcome. The ’60 ’Burst probably is 8.2 or 8.4k. Although it certainly won’t hurt, it is a costly option. It’s 11 shows and if we hate them, we can go back to the Twins.’.

As far as effects, Hendrix was the pioneer of using fuzz in his sound. It’s 60/40 on some nights, Dumble versus Fender.

That is because every guitarist has certain nuances to their touch, different tone settings on their amp or guitar, and favorite pedal effects used in conjunction with their rigs.

A low-wattage amp, if you roll the guitar down it’ll still destroy it and still compress it. Sadly, most of us are not able to play at high volumes all of the time. After three years and four studio albums, Frampton went out on his own. As I wrote about in more detail here, the guitar strings you use do have implications for both your tone and the playability of your guitar. Hendrix was iconic for using a Fender Stratocaster (playing it left-handed) and an immensely powerful Marshall half stack (a power head and speaker cabinet). Some of those late ’60 ones, they had a tone cap on where, as you rolled the volume down, they got brighter. And of these, Bonamassa has a variety. “You look down and these cats have got 20 pedals on their ’board, and you add up what it costs.

Stevie loved them so much that he owned all three versions that came out. He composed the entire soundtrack to the popular movie There Will Be Blood back in 2007. I didn’t really buy it at first.

I actually just witnessed what my whole theory is on tone secrets.. My hero plugged straight in and achieved the greatest tone with one guitar and amp.. Some people have bright hands: no matter what they play, you can roll the tone down… but it’s like an ice pick, “Some people have bright hands: no matter what they play, you can roll the tone down… but it’s like an ice pick. Those things, you could play the sweetest, cleanest, country Telecaster thing, or you could be as mean and as nasty without fear. It helps just to keep the guitar in tune.

Similar to Hendrix, his go to rig usually consisted of a Fender Stratocaster (of course!) Guitarists Who Use Effects To Get Their Sound, Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean II, Peter Frampton has been active in the professional music scene since 1966 when he was only sixteen years old. Their ability to handle high power ratings will help give you that clarity his sound possesses. Now it helps control the tremendous lows I get from my new rig. Here though, I am going to be focusing on what I would define as the ‘classic’ Joe Bonamassa tones.

He can go from a spacy echo with reverb underneath, to a crunchy distortion mixed with tremolo at the touch of a button.

You can throw something really hard at them and they come back. When it comes to getting vintage blues tones, the pickups in modern Gibson Les Pauls can be a little too high output. England and Wales company registration number 2008885.

The one tone he loved and utilized frequently was overdrive. “What surprises me now, more than anything, is the affordability of a great sound. It would also suit those of you playing at lower volumes. This is referred to as reverb, which is a common effect used today. You see this wear on the neck right up by the very top of the fretboard? Even after a cursory glance at Joe Bonamassa’s Twitter and Facebook page, it’s easy to tell this guy is into great vintage gear. Unfortunately, the neighbors were home downstairs for this one so I didn't have a chance to dime it. Next you have your EQ section here. “So, if I had to get off the train it would be around 1955, with that spec. Call it direct or call it collect but call it TODAY!!! Burstbuckers are the definite option here due to the extravagant price of the Seymour Duncan custom shop pickups. All of Joe’s signature models prior to 2013 featured Gibson’s Burstbucker pickups, whereas the most recent models have the Bluesman’s signature Seymour Duncan models. Conversely, some people have no top-end in themselves, either, and you’re, like, ‘Man, they travelled all the way up and it still sounds like midrange.’ That is 100 per cent in the hands.”, “If you read out those pickups on the ’55 Strat, they’re high sixes, low sevens [in kohms DC resistance reading]. Even if you don’t play blues-rock, it’s an illuminating insight into getting great live sound from a man who’s spent a lot of time experimenting in the laboratory of live sound. Guys like Joe pretty much sound like themselves thru almost any quality rig!!

Visit our corporate site. Download a Free 12 Track Album from Joe Bonamassa!

Turn the gain up, and the treble down… and that’s pretty much the sound.

I am afraid that much of that sound lies in his hands.

Your email address will not be published.

for a good time, call 867-5309.

So not only will adding some of these to your rig help you to sound like Joe Bonamassa, they will also be useful if you’re using a pedal platform amp or want an overdriven tone at lower volumes. I think it could be the most "mojo" rich amp I own right now! I can’t keep up with this craze of boutique pedals that make you sound like everything but your guitar…I know I’ll get sh*t for saying this, but it’s f*cking lazy.

Cheers Joe. I just wasn't gassing it hard enough before I guess. The second and bigger challenge, is that Bonamassa plays at very high volumes. I am digging the low-medium volume tones a lot though. If you do go down the route of pickup replacement, sourcing a set of Joe’s signature pickups can be both an expensive and difficult task due to the limited number available. From the rows and rows of Fender combos to a few vintage Marshall stacks, Bonamassa doesn’t discriminate—if it’s a benchmark for a great guitar tone, he has one (or seven).

“There’s this huge culture of boutique everything - and the notion of boutique being better than what comes out of a big maker, like a Gibson or Fender product.

Some of the most notable that I would recommend are as follows: Bonamassa used some of those pedals sparingly, or to serve the needs of a particular song (in the case of the Micro Pog, for example).

Thanks man, you are 100% about the volume. Click here to remove banner ads from this forum. Having said that, these pickups are both quite hard to track down and also rather pricey. Out of all the distorted effects, fuzz totally clips your signal, producing an effect that sounds like you have a blown speaker.

His tone is powerful and intense, but crisp and defined. I heard songs like ‘Stop!‘ and ‘Sloe Gin‘, and became enthralled by both his playing, and the quality of his guitar tone. "Clean Crunch" Green channel all the way (unless of course Joe chimes in and corrects me).

For those with some cash to spend, it’s worth trying to hunt down one of Joe’s signature model Les Pauls. His 1976 album Frampton Comes Alive! This amp sounds like it's on FIRE with some humbuckers cranked up.

“If you listen to BB King, it was like a human voice speaking. So if you can find one of his Lesters from 2013 it’s worth the tears from the wallet and wife as you will find yourself a step closer to JoeBoe’s sound. In fact he got into a little hot water following this interview in 2017, when he said the following: I’ve really gotten over pedals.

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Nevertheless using this pick is a quick way of reducing some of the top end in your sound, a tonal feature that is synonymous with Joe and is also a cheap and cheerful way of getting closer to his sound. Loading cabinets with EV200s, Joe’s speaker of choice, can also help put you in the Bonamassa ball park. Joe’s pick of choice is the Dunlop Jazz III which is also favoured by, that’s right you guessed it, Eric Johnson.

I've got his jubilee settings from his the Joe Bonamassa forum... FWIW I think Benttop has the best approach! So, 11s is better, at least for up here.”. Hearing the sound leave the guitar then return to his ears differently and had different times started his major obsession with pedals. Since these days, many of these effects like overdrive, reverb, delay, and many others have been manufactured into small (or large) pedal boxes that can be accessed simply by stomping on a button.

Powered by PunBB, supported by Informer Technologies, Inc. This pedal has gone through many changes throughout the years and remains as one of the best overdrive pedals you can own.

Weighing in at a reasonable $199 it produces ounces of the creamy, soft top end that is recognised in Joe’s sound.

Joe Bonamassa showcases the best of his breathtaking guitar and amp collection “So, the Overdrive, it digs a bigger trench on the bottom and it’s tighter and it’s more articulate, but it’s more saturated. I feel that the tone is more direct and refined as well. I would set them clean just on the edge of overdrive.

There's the now-famous picture circulating of him on a nearly basketball court-size soundstage packed with gear. Contributor: WENN Rights Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo)Gibson, Amazon, Unsplash, Unsplash, Amazon, Dialling in a beautiful blues tone is no easy task.

It is a smooth blues tone that maintains total clarity. A very similar approach to his, and many other’s idol, Jimi Hendrix. If you want to sound like Joe Bonamassa, there are two main challenges you need to overcome. The ’60 ’Burst probably is 8.2 or 8.4k. Although it certainly won’t hurt, it is a costly option. It’s 11 shows and if we hate them, we can go back to the Twins.’.

As far as effects, Hendrix was the pioneer of using fuzz in his sound. It’s 60/40 on some nights, Dumble versus Fender.

That is because every guitarist has certain nuances to their touch, different tone settings on their amp or guitar, and favorite pedal effects used in conjunction with their rigs.

A low-wattage amp, if you roll the guitar down it’ll still destroy it and still compress it. Sadly, most of us are not able to play at high volumes all of the time. After three years and four studio albums, Frampton went out on his own. As I wrote about in more detail here, the guitar strings you use do have implications for both your tone and the playability of your guitar. Hendrix was iconic for using a Fender Stratocaster (playing it left-handed) and an immensely powerful Marshall half stack (a power head and speaker cabinet). Some of those late ’60 ones, they had a tone cap on where, as you rolled the volume down, they got brighter. And of these, Bonamassa has a variety. “You look down and these cats have got 20 pedals on their ’board, and you add up what it costs.

Stevie loved them so much that he owned all three versions that came out. He composed the entire soundtrack to the popular movie There Will Be Blood back in 2007. I didn’t really buy it at first.

I actually just witnessed what my whole theory is on tone secrets.. My hero plugged straight in and achieved the greatest tone with one guitar and amp.. Some people have bright hands: no matter what they play, you can roll the tone down… but it’s like an ice pick, “Some people have bright hands: no matter what they play, you can roll the tone down… but it’s like an ice pick. Those things, you could play the sweetest, cleanest, country Telecaster thing, or you could be as mean and as nasty without fear. It helps just to keep the guitar in tune.

Similar to Hendrix, his go to rig usually consisted of a Fender Stratocaster (of course!) Guitarists Who Use Effects To Get Their Sound, Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean II, Peter Frampton has been active in the professional music scene since 1966 when he was only sixteen years old. Their ability to handle high power ratings will help give you that clarity his sound possesses. Now it helps control the tremendous lows I get from my new rig. Here though, I am going to be focusing on what I would define as the ‘classic’ Joe Bonamassa tones.

He can go from a spacy echo with reverb underneath, to a crunchy distortion mixed with tremolo at the touch of a button.

You can throw something really hard at them and they come back. When it comes to getting vintage blues tones, the pickups in modern Gibson Les Pauls can be a little too high output. England and Wales company registration number 2008885.

The one tone he loved and utilized frequently was overdrive. “What surprises me now, more than anything, is the affordability of a great sound. It would also suit those of you playing at lower volumes. This is referred to as reverb, which is a common effect used today. You see this wear on the neck right up by the very top of the fretboard? Even after a cursory glance at Joe Bonamassa’s Twitter and Facebook page, it’s easy to tell this guy is into great vintage gear. Unfortunately, the neighbors were home downstairs for this one so I didn't have a chance to dime it. Next you have your EQ section here. “So, if I had to get off the train it would be around 1955, with that spec. Call it direct or call it collect but call it TODAY!!! Burstbuckers are the definite option here due to the extravagant price of the Seymour Duncan custom shop pickups. All of Joe’s signature models prior to 2013 featured Gibson’s Burstbucker pickups, whereas the most recent models have the Bluesman’s signature Seymour Duncan models. Conversely, some people have no top-end in themselves, either, and you’re, like, ‘Man, they travelled all the way up and it still sounds like midrange.’ That is 100 per cent in the hands.”, “If you read out those pickups on the ’55 Strat, they’re high sixes, low sevens [in kohms DC resistance reading]. Even if you don’t play blues-rock, it’s an illuminating insight into getting great live sound from a man who’s spent a lot of time experimenting in the laboratory of live sound. Guys like Joe pretty much sound like themselves thru almost any quality rig!!

Visit our corporate site. Download a Free 12 Track Album from Joe Bonamassa!

Turn the gain up, and the treble down… and that’s pretty much the sound.

I am afraid that much of that sound lies in his hands.

Your email address will not be published.

for a good time, call 867-5309.

So not only will adding some of these to your rig help you to sound like Joe Bonamassa, they will also be useful if you’re using a pedal platform amp or want an overdriven tone at lower volumes. I think it could be the most "mojo" rich amp I own right now! I can’t keep up with this craze of boutique pedals that make you sound like everything but your guitar…I know I’ll get sh*t for saying this, but it’s f*cking lazy.

Cheers Joe. I just wasn't gassing it hard enough before I guess. The second and bigger challenge, is that Bonamassa plays at very high volumes. I am digging the low-medium volume tones a lot though. If you do go down the route of pickup replacement, sourcing a set of Joe’s signature pickups can be both an expensive and difficult task due to the limited number available. From the rows and rows of Fender combos to a few vintage Marshall stacks, Bonamassa doesn’t discriminate—if it’s a benchmark for a great guitar tone, he has one (or seven).

“There’s this huge culture of boutique everything - and the notion of boutique being better than what comes out of a big maker, like a Gibson or Fender product.

Some of the most notable that I would recommend are as follows: Bonamassa used some of those pedals sparingly, or to serve the needs of a particular song (in the case of the Micro Pog, for example).

Thanks man, you are 100% about the volume. Click here to remove banner ads from this forum. Having said that, these pickups are both quite hard to track down and also rather pricey. Out of all the distorted effects, fuzz totally clips your signal, producing an effect that sounds like you have a blown speaker.

His tone is powerful and intense, but crisp and defined. I heard songs like ‘Stop!‘ and ‘Sloe Gin‘, and became enthralled by both his playing, and the quality of his guitar tone. "Clean Crunch" Green channel all the way (unless of course Joe chimes in and corrects me).

For those with some cash to spend, it’s worth trying to hunt down one of Joe’s signature model Les Pauls. His 1976 album Frampton Comes Alive! This amp sounds like it's on FIRE with some humbuckers cranked up.

“If you listen to BB King, it was like a human voice speaking. So if you can find one of his Lesters from 2013 it’s worth the tears from the wallet and wife as you will find yourself a step closer to JoeBoe’s sound. In fact he got into a little hot water following this interview in 2017, when he said the following: I’ve really gotten over pedals.

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Nevertheless using this pick is a quick way of reducing some of the top end in your sound, a tonal feature that is synonymous with Joe and is also a cheap and cheerful way of getting closer to his sound. Loading cabinets with EV200s, Joe’s speaker of choice, can also help put you in the Bonamassa ball park. Joe’s pick of choice is the Dunlop Jazz III which is also favoured by, that’s right you guessed it, Eric Johnson.

I've got his jubilee settings from his the Joe Bonamassa forum... FWIW I think Benttop has the best approach! So, 11s is better, at least for up here.”. Hearing the sound leave the guitar then return to his ears differently and had different times started his major obsession with pedals. Since these days, many of these effects like overdrive, reverb, delay, and many others have been manufactured into small (or large) pedal boxes that can be accessed simply by stomping on a button.

Powered by PunBB, supported by Informer Technologies, Inc. This pedal has gone through many changes throughout the years and remains as one of the best overdrive pedals you can own.

Weighing in at a reasonable $199 it produces ounces of the creamy, soft top end that is recognised in Joe’s sound.

Joe Bonamassa showcases the best of his breathtaking guitar and amp collection “So, the Overdrive, it digs a bigger trench on the bottom and it’s tighter and it’s more articulate, but it’s more saturated. I feel that the tone is more direct and refined as well. I would set them clean just on the edge of overdrive.

There's the now-famous picture circulating of him on a nearly basketball court-size soundstage packed with gear. Contributor: WENN Rights Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo)Gibson, Amazon, Unsplash, Unsplash, Amazon, Dialling in a beautiful blues tone is no easy task.

It is a smooth blues tone that maintains total clarity. A very similar approach to his, and many other’s idol, Jimi Hendrix. If you want to sound like Joe Bonamassa, there are two main challenges you need to overcome. The ’60 ’Burst probably is 8.2 or 8.4k. Although it certainly won’t hurt, it is a costly option. It’s 11 shows and if we hate them, we can go back to the Twins.’.

As far as effects, Hendrix was the pioneer of using fuzz in his sound. It’s 60/40 on some nights, Dumble versus Fender.

That is because every guitarist has certain nuances to their touch, different tone settings on their amp or guitar, and favorite pedal effects used in conjunction with their rigs.

A low-wattage amp, if you roll the guitar down it’ll still destroy it and still compress it. Sadly, most of us are not able to play at high volumes all of the time. After three years and four studio albums, Frampton went out on his own. As I wrote about in more detail here, the guitar strings you use do have implications for both your tone and the playability of your guitar. Hendrix was iconic for using a Fender Stratocaster (playing it left-handed) and an immensely powerful Marshall half stack (a power head and speaker cabinet). Some of those late ’60 ones, they had a tone cap on where, as you rolled the volume down, they got brighter. And of these, Bonamassa has a variety. “You look down and these cats have got 20 pedals on their ’board, and you add up what it costs.

Stevie loved them so much that he owned all three versions that came out. He composed the entire soundtrack to the popular movie There Will Be Blood back in 2007. I didn’t really buy it at first.

I actually just witnessed what my whole theory is on tone secrets.. My hero plugged straight in and achieved the greatest tone with one guitar and amp.. Some people have bright hands: no matter what they play, you can roll the tone down… but it’s like an ice pick, “Some people have bright hands: no matter what they play, you can roll the tone down… but it’s like an ice pick. Those things, you could play the sweetest, cleanest, country Telecaster thing, or you could be as mean and as nasty without fear. It helps just to keep the guitar in tune.

Similar to Hendrix, his go to rig usually consisted of a Fender Stratocaster (of course!) Guitarists Who Use Effects To Get Their Sound, Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean II, Peter Frampton has been active in the professional music scene since 1966 when he was only sixteen years old. Their ability to handle high power ratings will help give you that clarity his sound possesses. Now it helps control the tremendous lows I get from my new rig. Here though, I am going to be focusing on what I would define as the ‘classic’ Joe Bonamassa tones.

He can go from a spacy echo with reverb underneath, to a crunchy distortion mixed with tremolo at the touch of a button.

You can throw something really hard at them and they come back. When it comes to getting vintage blues tones, the pickups in modern Gibson Les Pauls can be a little too high output. England and Wales company registration number 2008885.

The one tone he loved and utilized frequently was overdrive. “What surprises me now, more than anything, is the affordability of a great sound. It would also suit those of you playing at lower volumes. This is referred to as reverb, which is a common effect used today. You see this wear on the neck right up by the very top of the fretboard? Even after a cursory glance at Joe Bonamassa’s Twitter and Facebook page, it’s easy to tell this guy is into great vintage gear. Unfortunately, the neighbors were home downstairs for this one so I didn't have a chance to dime it. Next you have your EQ section here. “So, if I had to get off the train it would be around 1955, with that spec. Call it direct or call it collect but call it TODAY!!! Burstbuckers are the definite option here due to the extravagant price of the Seymour Duncan custom shop pickups. All of Joe’s signature models prior to 2013 featured Gibson’s Burstbucker pickups, whereas the most recent models have the Bluesman’s signature Seymour Duncan models. Conversely, some people have no top-end in themselves, either, and you’re, like, ‘Man, they travelled all the way up and it still sounds like midrange.’ That is 100 per cent in the hands.”, “If you read out those pickups on the ’55 Strat, they’re high sixes, low sevens [in kohms DC resistance reading]. Even if you don’t play blues-rock, it’s an illuminating insight into getting great live sound from a man who’s spent a lot of time experimenting in the laboratory of live sound. Guys like Joe pretty much sound like themselves thru almost any quality rig!!

Visit our corporate site. Download a Free 12 Track Album from Joe Bonamassa!

Turn the gain up, and the treble down… and that’s pretty much the sound.

I am afraid that much of that sound lies in his hands.

Your email address will not be published.

for a good time, call 867-5309.

So not only will adding some of these to your rig help you to sound like Joe Bonamassa, they will also be useful if you’re using a pedal platform amp or want an overdriven tone at lower volumes. I think it could be the most "mojo" rich amp I own right now! I can’t keep up with this craze of boutique pedals that make you sound like everything but your guitar…I know I’ll get sh*t for saying this, but it’s f*cking lazy.

Cheers Joe. I just wasn't gassing it hard enough before I guess. The second and bigger challenge, is that Bonamassa plays at very high volumes. I am digging the low-medium volume tones a lot though. If you do go down the route of pickup replacement, sourcing a set of Joe’s signature pickups can be both an expensive and difficult task due to the limited number available. From the rows and rows of Fender combos to a few vintage Marshall stacks, Bonamassa doesn’t discriminate—if it’s a benchmark for a great guitar tone, he has one (or seven).

“There’s this huge culture of boutique everything - and the notion of boutique being better than what comes out of a big maker, like a Gibson or Fender product.

Some of the most notable that I would recommend are as follows: Bonamassa used some of those pedals sparingly, or to serve the needs of a particular song (in the case of the Micro Pog, for example).

Thanks man, you are 100% about the volume. Click here to remove banner ads from this forum. Having said that, these pickups are both quite hard to track down and also rather pricey. Out of all the distorted effects, fuzz totally clips your signal, producing an effect that sounds like you have a blown speaker.

His tone is powerful and intense, but crisp and defined. I heard songs like ‘Stop!‘ and ‘Sloe Gin‘, and became enthralled by both his playing, and the quality of his guitar tone. "Clean Crunch" Green channel all the way (unless of course Joe chimes in and corrects me).

For those with some cash to spend, it’s worth trying to hunt down one of Joe’s signature model Les Pauls. His 1976 album Frampton Comes Alive! This amp sounds like it's on FIRE with some humbuckers cranked up.

“If you listen to BB King, it was like a human voice speaking. So if you can find one of his Lesters from 2013 it’s worth the tears from the wallet and wife as you will find yourself a step closer to JoeBoe’s sound. In fact he got into a little hot water following this interview in 2017, when he said the following: I’ve really gotten over pedals.

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interestingly enough, I tried the settings Joe posted for his Jubilee on another thread, on my JCA20h, and it sounded great!

Use a low-output pickup, low treble, and more gain than you’d think. cheers joe now we can start to play with those settings, next time someone says "you get a great tone from your marshall" i will say  Joe bonamassa told me to me to do this!!! Welcome Guest. Another way of getting the Bonamassa sound is changing your pick.

Nevertheless using this pick is a quick way of reducing some of the top end in your sound, a tonal feature that is synonymous with Joe and is also a cheap and cheerful way of getting closer to his sound. Loading cabinets with EV200s, Joe’s speaker of choice, can also help put you in the Bonamassa ball park. Joe’s pick of choice is the Dunlop Jazz III which is also favoured by, that’s right you guessed it, Eric Johnson.

I've got his jubilee settings from his the Joe Bonamassa forum... FWIW I think Benttop has the best approach! So, 11s is better, at least for up here.”. Hearing the sound leave the guitar then return to his ears differently and had different times started his major obsession with pedals. Since these days, many of these effects like overdrive, reverb, delay, and many others have been manufactured into small (or large) pedal boxes that can be accessed simply by stomping on a button.

Powered by PunBB, supported by Informer Technologies, Inc. This pedal has gone through many changes throughout the years and remains as one of the best overdrive pedals you can own.

Weighing in at a reasonable $199 it produces ounces of the creamy, soft top end that is recognised in Joe’s sound.

Joe Bonamassa showcases the best of his breathtaking guitar and amp collection “So, the Overdrive, it digs a bigger trench on the bottom and it’s tighter and it’s more articulate, but it’s more saturated. I feel that the tone is more direct and refined as well. I would set them clean just on the edge of overdrive.

There's the now-famous picture circulating of him on a nearly basketball court-size soundstage packed with gear. Contributor: WENN Rights Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo)Gibson, Amazon, Unsplash, Unsplash, Amazon, Dialling in a beautiful blues tone is no easy task.

It is a smooth blues tone that maintains total clarity. A very similar approach to his, and many other’s idol, Jimi Hendrix. If you want to sound like Joe Bonamassa, there are two main challenges you need to overcome. The ’60 ’Burst probably is 8.2 or 8.4k. Although it certainly won’t hurt, it is a costly option. It’s 11 shows and if we hate them, we can go back to the Twins.’.

As far as effects, Hendrix was the pioneer of using fuzz in his sound. It’s 60/40 on some nights, Dumble versus Fender.

That is because every guitarist has certain nuances to their touch, different tone settings on their amp or guitar, and favorite pedal effects used in conjunction with their rigs.

A low-wattage amp, if you roll the guitar down it’ll still destroy it and still compress it. Sadly, most of us are not able to play at high volumes all of the time. After three years and four studio albums, Frampton went out on his own. As I wrote about in more detail here, the guitar strings you use do have implications for both your tone and the playability of your guitar. Hendrix was iconic for using a Fender Stratocaster (playing it left-handed) and an immensely powerful Marshall half stack (a power head and speaker cabinet). Some of those late ’60 ones, they had a tone cap on where, as you rolled the volume down, they got brighter. And of these, Bonamassa has a variety. “You look down and these cats have got 20 pedals on their ’board, and you add up what it costs.

Stevie loved them so much that he owned all three versions that came out. He composed the entire soundtrack to the popular movie There Will Be Blood back in 2007. I didn’t really buy it at first.

I actually just witnessed what my whole theory is on tone secrets.. My hero plugged straight in and achieved the greatest tone with one guitar and amp.. Some people have bright hands: no matter what they play, you can roll the tone down… but it’s like an ice pick, “Some people have bright hands: no matter what they play, you can roll the tone down… but it’s like an ice pick. Those things, you could play the sweetest, cleanest, country Telecaster thing, or you could be as mean and as nasty without fear. It helps just to keep the guitar in tune.

Similar to Hendrix, his go to rig usually consisted of a Fender Stratocaster (of course!) Guitarists Who Use Effects To Get Their Sound, Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean II, Peter Frampton has been active in the professional music scene since 1966 when he was only sixteen years old. Their ability to handle high power ratings will help give you that clarity his sound possesses. Now it helps control the tremendous lows I get from my new rig. Here though, I am going to be focusing on what I would define as the ‘classic’ Joe Bonamassa tones.

He can go from a spacy echo with reverb underneath, to a crunchy distortion mixed with tremolo at the touch of a button.

You can throw something really hard at them and they come back. When it comes to getting vintage blues tones, the pickups in modern Gibson Les Pauls can be a little too high output. England and Wales company registration number 2008885.

The one tone he loved and utilized frequently was overdrive. “What surprises me now, more than anything, is the affordability of a great sound. It would also suit those of you playing at lower volumes. This is referred to as reverb, which is a common effect used today. You see this wear on the neck right up by the very top of the fretboard? Even after a cursory glance at Joe Bonamassa’s Twitter and Facebook page, it’s easy to tell this guy is into great vintage gear. Unfortunately, the neighbors were home downstairs for this one so I didn't have a chance to dime it. Next you have your EQ section here. “So, if I had to get off the train it would be around 1955, with that spec. Call it direct or call it collect but call it TODAY!!! Burstbuckers are the definite option here due to the extravagant price of the Seymour Duncan custom shop pickups. All of Joe’s signature models prior to 2013 featured Gibson’s Burstbucker pickups, whereas the most recent models have the Bluesman’s signature Seymour Duncan models. Conversely, some people have no top-end in themselves, either, and you’re, like, ‘Man, they travelled all the way up and it still sounds like midrange.’ That is 100 per cent in the hands.”, “If you read out those pickups on the ’55 Strat, they’re high sixes, low sevens [in kohms DC resistance reading]. Even if you don’t play blues-rock, it’s an illuminating insight into getting great live sound from a man who’s spent a lot of time experimenting in the laboratory of live sound. Guys like Joe pretty much sound like themselves thru almost any quality rig!!

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Turn the gain up, and the treble down… and that’s pretty much the sound.

I am afraid that much of that sound lies in his hands.

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So not only will adding some of these to your rig help you to sound like Joe Bonamassa, they will also be useful if you’re using a pedal platform amp or want an overdriven tone at lower volumes. I think it could be the most "mojo" rich amp I own right now! I can’t keep up with this craze of boutique pedals that make you sound like everything but your guitar…I know I’ll get sh*t for saying this, but it’s f*cking lazy.

Cheers Joe. I just wasn't gassing it hard enough before I guess. The second and bigger challenge, is that Bonamassa plays at very high volumes. I am digging the low-medium volume tones a lot though. If you do go down the route of pickup replacement, sourcing a set of Joe’s signature pickups can be both an expensive and difficult task due to the limited number available. From the rows and rows of Fender combos to a few vintage Marshall stacks, Bonamassa doesn’t discriminate—if it’s a benchmark for a great guitar tone, he has one (or seven).

“There’s this huge culture of boutique everything - and the notion of boutique being better than what comes out of a big maker, like a Gibson or Fender product.

Some of the most notable that I would recommend are as follows: Bonamassa used some of those pedals sparingly, or to serve the needs of a particular song (in the case of the Micro Pog, for example).

Thanks man, you are 100% about the volume. Click here to remove banner ads from this forum. Having said that, these pickups are both quite hard to track down and also rather pricey. Out of all the distorted effects, fuzz totally clips your signal, producing an effect that sounds like you have a blown speaker.

His tone is powerful and intense, but crisp and defined. I heard songs like ‘Stop!‘ and ‘Sloe Gin‘, and became enthralled by both his playing, and the quality of his guitar tone. "Clean Crunch" Green channel all the way (unless of course Joe chimes in and corrects me).

For those with some cash to spend, it’s worth trying to hunt down one of Joe’s signature model Les Pauls. His 1976 album Frampton Comes Alive! This amp sounds like it's on FIRE with some humbuckers cranked up.

“If you listen to BB King, it was like a human voice speaking. So if you can find one of his Lesters from 2013 it’s worth the tears from the wallet and wife as you will find yourself a step closer to JoeBoe’s sound. In fact he got into a little hot water following this interview in 2017, when he said the following: I’ve really gotten over pedals.

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