How To Sound Like The Beatles Using Modern Guitar Gear: Part One | Reverb Potent Pairings

For this installment of Reverb’s #PotentPairings series, we examine how to approximate some of the tones and production techniques of the Beatles, using gear we had in the office. This is Part One, feel free to comment any Beatles tracks you would like to see in Part Two!

Performed by Joe Shadid

0:00 – Hard Day’s Night
0:31 – Nowhere Man
0:47 – Taxman
1:00 – Paperback Writer
1:18 – Think For Yourself
1:45 – Revolution
2:05 – Happiness is a Warm Gun
2:31 – I Want You (She’s So Heavy)

Equipment used:

Vox AC30 Amplifier: http://bit.ly/2igi9Hw
Rickenbacker 330 Electric Guitar: http://bit.ly/2hCh8tG
Rickenbacker 360-12 Electric Guitar: http://bit.ly/2ibAA3R
Epiphone Hummingbird Pro Acoustic/Electric Guitar: http://bit.ly/2hdssjq
Epiphone Casino Electric Guitar: http://bit.ly/2haJ4GV
Hofner 500/1 Violin Bass: http://bit.ly/2h2Hcg2

Pedals:
MXR Studio Compressor: http://bit.ly/2hdncuz
Boss CS-3 Compression Sustainer: http://bit.ly/2hLFK6G
Dunlop Germanium Fuzz Face Mini: http://bit.ly/2i5m0rv
Sola Sound Tone Bender Mk IV Fuzz: http://bit.ly/2iftYSh
JHS Colour Box: http://bit.ly/2hWYk8W
DLS Effects Versa Vibe: http://bit.ly/2ifjrGz
Keeley Caverns Delay-Reverb: http://bit.ly/2ifrHqe
Boss FBM-1 Fender Bassman Overdrive: http://bit.ly/2hdt3Qu
TC Electronic Ditto Looper: http://bit.ly/2ifvTGt

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