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    Amp Mode: Beatles "Something" Tone

    All--any thoughts on the settings needed to mimic the lead guitar's tone in the Beatles song "Something"?
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    You tell us.


    Mess around with the amp settings!
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    I would think it would be a fairly clean acoustic-like tone with some mild reverb, probably with a low- mid-range tone setting on amp and/or guitar. I believe they played that with the hollow bodies, so you'll be looking for tone settings to replicate that kind of depth and resonance.
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    ^^^This, plus I would turn down the treble frequencies a bit.
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    You might find these two articles interesting. The first is kind of an about the song article. The other is a video lesson from Andy Aledort. He's a Guitar World columnist. I just happened to have the Holiday 2011 issue lying out when I saw this post, and it was in there. Enjoy. Hope this helps you.
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    "George Harrison: Living in the material world" also tells of history behind the song. Quite an lovely documentary all around

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    Just ran to WalMart to buy that DVD, DreamAwake. Now I gotta watch it. Thanks. LOL
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    Success! my plan worked!!

    What does the DVD contain? I had to download two different parts.


    Documentaries on musicians are so interesting!
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    I will watch this eve. I'll let you know.
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    There were a lot of beautiful moments. The story tells you of a boy who became a star and later just a man who loved to play guitar, raised his children, and gardened. I was brought to tears when they told the story of Lennon's death. And again when we said goodbye to Harrison. They talk about how he backed "Life of Brian" and about so many things he did after the Beatles. His son spoke of how he constantly broke the rules and how George supported him. Here's a song that he did that spoke to how he couldn't be one of the masses. I always loved this tune...

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