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Are A Wolfgang And A Screamin' Demon A Good Match???

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  • Are A Wolfgang And A Screamin' Demon A Good Match???

    Well the title pretty much says it all....I've tried a custom custom a distortion and they don't do it.....y'all that have this wolfie SD combination is it a match made in heaven or hell???
    Thx a lot
    Guitars:
    Epiphone Zakk Wylde w/ ZW emg set
    Peavey Wolfgang QT w/ SD scremin' demon in bridge
    Jackson Soloist 3 w/ Jb in bridge
    Ibanez 2570ex vst With tone zone
    2x Ada mp1 preamp
    2x Marshall '68 plexi super lead heads
    Marshall Jcm 800 100 head
    Mesa Boogie triple rectifier head
    Soldano Slo-100 Head
    Combos:
    Marshall Jcm 2000 tsl 602 tube amp

  • #2
    Re: Are A Wolfgang And A Screamin' Demon A Good Match???

    I liked it plenty in mine.

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    • #3
      Re: Are A Wolfgang And A Screamin' Demon A Good Match???

      screamin demon is a bright pup
      wolfgang is a bright guitar
      put the two together and you get this

      it will be BRIGHT/trebly

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      • #4
        Re: Are A Wolfgang And A Screamin' Demon A Good Match???

        Yeah but a wolf stock has quite a higher output than a SD so has I see it won't be as agressive. Well in a couple of days i'll find out
        Guitars:
        Epiphone Zakk Wylde w/ ZW emg set
        Peavey Wolfgang QT w/ SD scremin' demon in bridge
        Jackson Soloist 3 w/ Jb in bridge
        Ibanez 2570ex vst With tone zone
        2x Ada mp1 preamp
        2x Marshall '68 plexi super lead heads
        Marshall Jcm 800 100 head
        Mesa Boogie triple rectifier head
        Soldano Slo-100 Head
        Combos:
        Marshall Jcm 2000 tsl 602 tube amp

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        • #5
          Re: Are A Wolfgang And A Screamin' Demon A Good Match???

          So RG you have tried the combination then??
          Well it is opensounding, but it is far from icepicky.
          It is a souped up PAF tone....and I actually have a clip with a Wolfgang using a Demon somewhere.....quite fat and midrangy sound.
          P'S Lower output can actually sound more agressive due to more frequencies being avaible fromthe pu.
          The only reason I do not have mine is that it is a part of a hybrid with a JB.
          Last edited by Vasshu the humanoid typhoon; 05-19-2004, 10:51 AM.

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