Oasis FX on a budget and Amp Settings

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Oasis FX on a budget and Amp Settings

Postby DannyBhoy19 » 01 Aug 2009, 01:22

pedals
jim dunlop wah volume boost
ibanez ts9 tubescreamer
3x bespeco footswitch
3x zvex lo fi loop(for the tambura sounds to be where theres life, its just rock n roll baby,helicopter sounds morning glory)
pete cornish ss-2
pete cornish ss-3
3x boss dd-6
sib echo drive
maxon ad999 delay(mental sounds at the end of i am the walrus)
analog man king of tone(main overdrive sound )
boss slicer

How can I get similiar to these pedal to get the right sound on a budget?

Also does anyone know the Amps setting I have tried Vox website that's pretty close
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Oasis FX on a budget and Amp Settings

Postby dannny452 » 30 Aug 2009, 23:46

To be honest there is no great secret to the Oasis tone. Good guitars through overdriven valve amps with a touch of extra boost from an OD pedal and some delay. But remember the 'Oasis tone' that we know and love is what we here at large live venues. Replicating that in a bedroom is very difficult. My advice would be stop worrying about effects and just enjoy playing guitar.
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Oasis FX on a budget and Amp Settings

Postby chewy515 » 15 Sep 2009, 14:34

on a budget - cheap marshall amp, an epi les paul and plenty of pentatonic scales...

easy.
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Oasis FX on a budget and Amp Settings

Postby chewy515 » 15 Sep 2009, 14:34

on a budget - cheap marshall amp, an epi les paul and plenty of pentatonic scales...

easy.
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Postby kickinupastorm » 24 Sep 2009, 13:16

There's a TS9 clone called a Daphon E20od. Sounds pretty damn close and costs about £15, you'll have to browse on eBay mind cos they're pretty obscure and mysterious.

Boss SD-1 could be modded to be brought upto TS9 standards I believe.

As the for the Crybaby, get a second hand GCB-95, will costy ou about £40, it can be easily modded for more midrange and less harsh trebly sounds.

Hope that's helped.
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