But my preference—especially in the L.A.
channel—was to stay in Stack mode: It
achieved maximum punch and bottom-end
On the Austin channel, the same three
controls and Stack/Combo toggle seemed
to offer up a wider range of tones. With a
Les Paul R8, it was easy to dial in a killer
Billy Gibbons Texas tone. Individual notes
rang rich with harmonics, and with the
Gain set fairly high (around 3 o’clock)
there was a raunchy vibe that just stank of
coolness. I really enjoyed the compressed,
spongy feel of the attack, as well as the flex-
ibility of the Tone control.
Vintage Sound Never Looked So Good
When strummed the first
thing that you will notice is
the vintage “bang” and depth.
The Cort Earth 100’s solid
spruce top and carefully
scalloped bracing combine
to deliver this classic
tone. Amaze yourself
with a visit to your
Cort dealer to hear,
feel and see it
Paul Rivera’s decades of experience
show in the Blues Shaman and Double
Shaman. Both pedals are dynamic, sensitive, and responsive to different guitar
voices and playing approaches—just
like a great tube amplifier. And if you’re
looking to expand the range of your
own amp without sacrificing its essential tube character, the Blues Shaman
and Double Shaman have the goods.
your playing incorporates ’80s hair-
metal sounds and ’70s Texas grit.
you don’t need such radical variance
in your lead tones.
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