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I’ve recently been trying to go for a garage/link wray tone, but with a bunch of reverb (6G15 or Surfybear) and delay (Fulltone SSTE or Belle Epoch Deluxe). For recording, I use two amps. However, live I only want to use one amp. Live, I struggle with a muddy tone. I almost thought about giving in and using two amps live to replicate the studio tone. But I’ve recently understood the parallel effect routing. I have the ehx parallel mixer pedal on the way. I’m hoping that separating the signals more will give me the control and clarity I’m looking for. But in one amp.

Guitarist for Black Valley Moon & Down By Law

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