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Texas Tone Recipes

Stevie Ray Vaughan 

 "Texas Flood" Intro
Performed by Wolf Marshall

 Guitar: 1996 Fender Stevie Ray Vaughan model.  
Effects: Ibanez TS-808 overdrive pedal.  
The signal then was split R and L with a Boss digital delay stomp box (no effect, just signal separation).  
Amps: The R side was sent to a 1967 Fender Super Reverb Amp and the signal here was buffered with a PMP Buff IV pre-amp to drive the long guitar cord. The L side went straight into a Soldano SLO-100 with the SRV mod and a 1970 Marshall 4x12 speaker cabinet. 

1.  An original Ibanez TS-808 Tube Screamer was added to the front end of the sound, before splitting off into R and L amp paths. This gives both amps a gain boost. The TS-808 is a crucial part of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s distorted tone, although a TS-9 or newer Tube Screamer will still sound very good, especially with non-master-volume Fender combo amps on the verge of breakup distortion. 
The TS-808 basic settings were all at the mid-way point: Overdrive at 12:00, Tone at 12:00 and Level at 12:00. 

Basic amp settings: 
Super Reverb: Vibrato channel, Volume 4, Treble 7, Middle 5, Bass 10, Reverb 2.5.  
Soldano: SRV mode, Normal gain: Pre-amp 5, Bass 11, Middle 4.5, Treble 5, Normal Master 5, Presence 8. 

Reverb was added to the Soldano sound at the board. This came from a Yamaha SPX-90 in the "Room" setting. 

2.  The Strat's front pickup was used primarily. 


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