Sympathy for the Devil LEAD SOUND??

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Postby MKII on Mon Feb 11, 2008 5:56 am

Necrovore wrote:
Is that your Vox Supreme myspace page? That amp sounds just lovely and must get one now. I bet the are outrageously expensive.

Yes it is!

These amps have been selling anywhere between 300 - 500 pounds, I got my supreme head including the footswitch for 350 or there abouts. 8)
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Postby electricskychurch on Sun Mar 23, 2008 1:29 pm

if you talk about the studio solo take, i would say it's the fuzz tone FZ1 or FZ1A pedal with a les paul or sg but if you talk about get yer ya ya's live tone, i would say mick taylor used his SG and a fender amp (could be a marshall or something else though but i don't think it's a vox)

maybe you can see what amp mick taylor used at the hyde park live for the death of brian johns (i thik i remember he used the SG guitar)
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Postby MKII on Sun Mar 23, 2008 2:19 pm

Beggars Banquet version : Keith on guitar, most likely his les paul custom, but possibly a non reverse firebird in to a Vox Supreme.

sympathy - Hyde Park: Keith used a flying V, Mick Taylor his SG, both plugged in to in to Hiwatt 200 watters! :shock:

sympathy - 69 USA tour: Keith played his clear plastic ampeg guitar, MT used his SG, both were plugged in to ampeg amps
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Re: Sympathy for the Devil LEAD SOUND??

Postby sunnysal on Mon Jan 26, 2015 7:23 pm

settled IMHO in this clip.
keef played it on his black LP, bridge position. T
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