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Rosetta 8 years 10 months ago #877

Rosetta's sound is immense. Here's some of the stuff I found on Matt's rig.

For guitars, he mostly uses a red Gibson Les Paul tuned down to Drop A#.

For amplifiers, he uses a Marshall TSL that he's completely modified, along with a Model-T Sunn O))), Ampeg V4, Marshall 4X12 cabs, and is now using his own amp company called Atomium Amplification.

For effects, he uses a ton of different pedals, but mostly Boss, as he's mentioned he doesn't have the money to afford boutique pedals. From what he's said, he uses the following for his rig: Sonic Research Turbo Tuner, Boss OC-3, FS-5U Tap temp for Boss DD-5, Boss DD-5, EHX LPB-1, Boss GE-7, EHX Memory Toy, Boss LS-2 Line Selector, Boss RV-3, Boss DC-3, Morley Little Alligator Volume Pedal, all into a Furman pedal board.

For strings, he's mentioned using D'Addario Light Baritone .13 to .62 gauge.

That's pretty much it.

Rosetta 8 years 9 months ago #887

Saw these guys recently in Cambridge, MA for a show. The guitarist was using an Orange cab, looked like a 2x12 with a Marshall 4x12. The two heads he was using was his Atomium Amp (seemed like that's where he was getting his distortion) and his Marshall TSL for the cleans. LOUD.
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