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Pedal/Effects and there real world counterparts

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I've been looking for this for a longtime. For a noob like me,it kinda helps me compare pedals and effects to the real life versions. Maybe it'll help some with tones or deciding which one you want to buy.

 

I have seen some rig rundown videos on some of my favorite musicians on  youtube and I didn't know how to get there sound in game.

For someone who's kinda of new to guitar it can take a while to train your ear to recognize what combos you need. I know some guys can name the whole setup from hearing it.

Hopefully,this will help the guys (like myself) who are still learning. The list doesn't look complete but it's a start. I think Izzy is the master tone guy,so if he or anyone else wants to add your feedback that would be great.

 

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Unfortunately this list is outdated. The amps and pedals are from RS1.

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Well thanks for the info. I was hoping to find some thing like this somewhere... Any ideas ?