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Got a nice EVH Eruption tone using only an amp modeler
I just posted a video of me playing Eruption using Amp Modeler Pro by Studio Devil. I'm not super thrilled with my playing, but the amp model sounds great. I hope you enjoy it!
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Great playing, but most people get the early EVH tone wrong by using way too much gain. Ed's just using a dimed Plexi with a couple of MXR pedals (including a EQ to boost things a little) Try dialing back the gain a bit. Listen to VH1 & VH2 a little closer.