As far as I know, 80% of Metal bands used Marshall amps and metalsound pedals, not to mention the usual Flying-V guitars, or those of Gobson and IbañezNoisenik wrote:I wonder if any Corroseum user could provide any info on an 80's bands gear.
I esp. wonder which equipment was abused by bands like early CF/ Hellhammer, Atlain, VoiVod (up to DH), Black Hole (!), Dwarr (!) ... erm, your suggestion?
Also interested which modern gear would be able to produce sth close to old sound? To me everything new sounds too "fat", so I suspect that sth kewl cannot get out of it.
Could you at least point to a worthwhile place which embraces this topic?
I actually ask for creation of this board when I heard EM established one there. But I am not supposed to go there. Or what?
That's what I wanted to hear and it's TRUE. New pedals give quasi-massive distortion. And when one cannot handle them properly ... They just fart. And you can lose a year prior to get anything useful out of them. Where would I find the RAT? On e-Bay? I'm not at home there.I think the RAT distortion pedals were pretty common on the early thrash recordings. I know Metallica used that for Kill 'em all for example.
It's really hard to get the sound fitting for classic metal nowadays. I don't know what to do really. It's like all pedals just gives to much distortion
God knows how expensive they are. Quality was always paid with spices.Lindell wrote:I don't know where to get a RAT pedal at all, except for eBay that is. I think that there's some new edition of the RAT pedal available as well, that should sound the same way the original did.
try Dean guitars, i just bought a dean flying V and has an exquisite classic sound....too good to be trueFucking Åmål wrote:Yes i think Ibanez guitars are too modern!I prefer older guitars that used commonly by the 80's HM bands like Gibson,Kramer(more???)tunately i don't afford to buy that brands of guitar they cost too fuckin lot!Some cheap solutions to get a proper brand for 80's playing for about 300 Euro.My favourite guitar shape is Flying-V(actually i play only with this)
I need recommendations to plan to get my new guitar after nearly 8 years!!
Any European Guitars??German Guitars???
Can't say a word against it!JCM 800 is the thing alright!Germaniac wrote: So the best way is of course to to use vintage valve amps like Marshall JCM 800's which were the most used amps in the 80's as far as I know. I have that amp and I can't express in words how much I love the sound.
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