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Old 03.04.03, 5:20 PM
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????

Who knows...thats where it ended in the mag

all i know is that they guy had one of the best tones
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his ts-9 was used more for a clean boost than anything else. So i think what he meant was when he'd turn off the effects, he could control the feedback from the loud amps better with his guitar (volume and tone knobs, fretted feedback, etc.) than he could with the effects on because of the extra gain they added.

but i know for some leads he'd use both the ts-9 (which was later replaced with a ts-10) and the fuzz face. quite often actually...but we have all heard that when stevie set his amps, he usually set them flat out with the volume on 10. so that of course would cause feedback by themselves.

i hope that clears things up....
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SRV HAD HIS DUMBLE BY 83

I know for a fact SRV had his dumble from his Austin City limits rig in 1983. I saw it just yesterday when i was watching the dvd. So unless someone has previously formentioned that he had it then . im telling you now he had it.
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then why didint he use it at the el mocambo in 83? i guess thats only something he could answer huh? hehehe...
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Re: SRV HAD HIS DUMBLE BY 83

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I know for a fact SRV had his dumble from his Austin City limits rig in 1983. I saw it just yesterday when i was watching the dvd. So unless someone has previously formentioned that he had it then . im telling you now he had it.
I'm sure he did. Because Texas Flood is recorded with the Dumble and Number one. Also Stevie Had MRX Loop Selector which enbale him to switch his effects on/off.
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another interesting fact is that he'd put his tubescreamer before his wah, which is interesting because not alot of guys do that. it's an old Joe Walsh trick.
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Stevie was right when he put the TS9 BEFORE the wah...it sounds so much better.
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Stevie was right when he put the TS9 BEFORE the wah...it sounds so much better.
Yeah it has syn sound to it if you listen to Voodoo Chile on Alive Live when SRV plays lower notes it really almost sounds synthesize strings.

Oh by the way. Our host the Guitar Geeks did something for us and that is post SRV 84 Rig which I will say thank you guys and gals. But one Pedal is missing and that is Stevie Ray Vaughan also had an Echoplex in his rig. Just wanted to pass that along.

I also you guy and gals at Guitar might want to try contacting Rene Martinez SRV guitar tech and Carlos Santanas he can fill in any other detail that you didn't get for Cesar Diaz.
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I love stevie ray's version of Voodoo chile

I love his version. almost better than when Hendrix does it. Also, is it CHILD or CHILE????? I eman god does it matter?
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According to the back of the record sleeve, it's Voodoo Chile and Voodoo Child(Slight Return), from what I've heard the first was a typo.
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Talking thank you

i may rest peacefully now thanks to the input of you !! i thank you dearly
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i always thought that voodoo chile was the acoustic jam that hendrix did and the wah wah one was called Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
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Guys

I am form Texas and i konw some people that worked on SRV's stuff way back then. In 83' Stevie's MAIN rig, was 2 supers and 2 vibro verbs. he used 2 tubescreamers and 2 wha, that is how he got that sound for Say What. one wha open one wha closed. The fuzz face floated in and out of his rig. He didnt start using the dumble steel slinger until later late 80's when he started using the Marshall. SRV's rig changed comtantly. Do you think he could really use 4 amps in the El Macombo. It wasnt that big of a club!!!!
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humm

well, if he didnt start using his Dumble til lthe later 80's how did he record al lof Texa Flood on it? answer me that one.
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I am talking live. THere is no telling what he really used in the studio. He used alot of differnt stuff in the studio, like all guitar players.
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