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winowski  
1 Nov 2006 13:46 | Quote
Mexico
Posts: 3
Hi!
I'm new here, and I just had a quick question. I want to buy a Statocaster to play blues. The sound I'm going for is a very SRV sound, but I can't make up my mind. I don't have enough money to buy the SRV tribute guitar, but I narrowed it down to three models: The Robert Cray, The Jimmie Vaughan and the Deluxe Strat HSS (It has one of 'em Tex-Mex pickups that I like so much). Which one do you recomend? Also, I looked into the Koa strat, but I don't know much about Seymour Duncan pickus... Any tips would be fantastic.
dc007  
1 Nov 2006 14:07 | Quote
United States
Posts: 4
Any of those will work fine.....if you want the SRV sound you need to pick out the right amp.
winowski  
1 Nov 2006 16:49 | Quote
Mexico
Posts: 3
I have a Marshall MG 50 DFX. What do you recommend?
Afro_Raven  
4 Nov 2006 11:10 | Quote
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United Kingdom
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If it's a solid state Marshall, it may be worth getting some sort of tube-simulator pedal, if you want a good SRV blues type sound, as I doubt if that Marshall will give you want you want on its own. The Ibanez tube screamer TS9 pedal would be good, or anything similar, as they are built to give that simultaneous dirty/clean tone that comes from overdriven amps. What does everyone else think?
rhcp_freak  
20 Dec 2006 13:55 | Quote
Posts: 15
sell the MG. buy a fender amp. i believe he used a twin reverb or something like that.
CostacheCaragi  
21 Dec 2006 08:38 | Quote
United Kingdom
Posts: 61
the robert cray model has a fixed bridge i think, so you cant fit a trem bar, which is always fun for playing with, thats the only down point i can think of, but its what ever suits your style
rhcp_freak  
28 Dec 2006 09:05 | Quote
Posts: 15
id say get the SRV signature model strat, ive seen one go for as low as 100 on ebay. you'd also need to get a tube amp, vox, fender or marshall should be your best bet.


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