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I read a story a long time ago about him recording the tune.
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From Wikipedia Knopfler modelled his guitar sound for the recorded track after ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons' trademark guitar tone, as ZZ Top's music videos were already a staple of early MTV.
Gibbons later told a Musician magazine interviewer in 1986 that Knopfler had solicited Gibbons on how to replicate the tone, adding, "He didn't do a half-bad job, considering that I didn't tell him a thing!
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Gibbons later told a Musician magazine interviewer in 1986 that Knopfler had solicited Gibbons on how to replicate the tone, adding, "He didn't do a half-bad job, considering that I didn't tell him a thing!
Another factor in trying to recreate the sound was a Wah-wah pedal that was turned on, but only rocked to a certain position.
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The accidental mic placement, combined with the room the amp was recorded in on the track is probably one of, if not the biggest factor in achieving the tone they got IMHO.
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From what I understand, the tone was a laney with LP, and two SM57's way out of phase, which created a big fat notch in the mids.
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Such a killer tone and a departure for him.
I read a story a long time ago about him recording the tune.
He claimed he called Billy Gibbons and asked him how to get that tone, and that Billy, in typical fasion, was aloof and offered no real advice.
I read this article twenty years ago probably, so am I imagining this?
I have never heard that story since.
I would love to read the article again.
I seem to recall reading at some point that Knopfler said he was unable to ever faithfully recreate the tone after the recording, and that he did not recall precisely how they did it.
From Wikipedia Knopfler modelled his guitar sound for the recorded track after ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons' trademark guitar tone, as ZZ Top's music videos were already a staple of early MTV.
Gibbons later told a Musician magazine interviewer in 1986 that Knopfler had solicited Gibbons on how to replicate the tone, adding, "He didn't do a half-bad job, considering that I didn't tell him a thing!
Another factor in trying to recreate the sound was a Wah-wah pedal that was turned on, but only rocked to a certain position.
Neil Dorfsman failed to recreate that guitar sound later on From Wikipedia Knopfler modelled his guitar sound for the recorded track after ZZ Top non bonus est ulli Billy Gibbons' trademark guitar tone, as ZZ Top's music videos were already a staple of early MTV.
Gibbons later told a Musician magazine interviewer in 1986 that Knopfler had solicited Gibbons on how to replicate the tone, adding, "He didn't do a half-bad job, considering that I didn't tell him a thing!
Another factor in trying to recreate the sound was a Wah-wah pedal that was turned on, but only rocked to a certain position.
Neil Dorfsman failed to recreate that non bonus est ulli sound later on Click to expand.
Unless Mark lied to me.
You can hear that it is a JTM45 - I love the Crate idea, though!
The accidental mic placement, combined with the room the amp was recorded in on the track is probably one of, if not the biggest factor in achieving the tone they got IMHO.
Being a producer, I experience this daily: You put a mic on a cab and moving it even 10mm can yield completely different results.
You can get a myriad of tones by just positioning the mic differently on a cab.
Combine that with reflections in a room and things become even more complex.
This is where it gets to be a nightmare if an artist asks you to help recreate a tone they got on an earlier session just ask Slash.
I had someone argue with me in another thread about the wah.
Money For Nothing is almost here quintessential recording of a TDK inductor crybaby IMO.
Whether or not the amp was an old Laney or Marshall.
Those are very similar amps.
I had someone argue with me in another thread about the wah.
Money For Nothing is almost a quintessential recording of a TDK inductor crybaby IMO.
Whether or not the amp was an old Laney or Marshall.
Those are very similar amps.
Agree - it's a cocked wah.
And even if it's not, for someone looking to replicate the sound, it'd be the most direct route to get there.
Probably get real close with almost any guitar.
I played this song a few years ago for a cover gig.
I used a strat with a humbucker in the bridge, had the treble and mids on the amp up high, a clean tube amp with a distortion pedal on, turned the guitar volume down to about 7 and rolled most zz top money for nothing the tone off the guitar.
I played the riff with my fingers and it sounded quite close.
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From what I understand, the tone was a laney with LP, and two SM57's way out of phase, which created a big fat notch in the mids.
Live, he did it with a wah stuck halfway.
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I read a story a long time ago about him recording the tune.
He claimed he called Billy Gibbons and asked him how to get that tone, and that Billy, in typical fasion, was aloof and offered no real advice.
I read this article twenty years ago probably, so am I imagining this?
I have never heard that story since.
I would love to read the article again.
I seem to recall reading at some point that Knopfler said he was unable to ever faithfully recreate non bonus est ulli tone after the recording, and that he did not recall precisely how they did it.
From Wikipedia Knopfler modelled his guitar sound for the recorded track after ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons' trademark zz top money for nothing tone, as ZZ Top's music videos were already a staple of early MTV.
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Unless Mark lied to me.
You can hear that it here a JTM45 - I love the Crate idea, though!
The accidental mic placement, combined with the room the amp was recorded in on the track is probably one of, if not the biggest factor in achieving the tone they got IMHO.
Being a producer, I experience this daily: You put a mic on a cab and moving it even 10mm can yield completely different results.
You can get a myriad of tones by just positioning the mic differently on a cab.
Combine that with reflections in a room and things become even more complex.
This is where it gets to be a nightmare if an artist asks you to help recreate a tone they got on an earlier session just ask Slash.
I had someone argue with me in another thread about the wah.
Money For Nothing is almost a quintessential recording of a TDK inductor crybaby IMO.
Whether or not the amp was an old Laney or Marshall.
Those are very similar amps.
I had someone argue with me in another thread about the wah.
Whether or not the amp was an old Laney or Marshall.
Those are very similar amps.
Agree - it's a cocked wah.
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I read a story a long time ago about him recording the tune.
He claimed he called Billy Gibbons and asked him how to get that tone, and that Billy, in typical fasion, was aloof and offered no real advice.
I read this article twenty years ago probably, so am I imagining this?
I click to see more never heard that story since.
I would love to read the article again.
I seem to recall reading at some point that Knopfler said he was unable to ever faithfully recreate the tone after the recording, and that he did not recall precisely how they did it.
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Gibbons later told a Musician magazine interviewer in 1986 that Knopfler had solicited Gibbons on how to replicate the tone, adding, "He didn't do a half-bad job, considering that I didn't tell him a thing!
Another factor in trying to recreate the sound was a Wah-wah pedal that was turned on, but only rocked to a certain position.
Neil Dorfsman failed to recreate that guitar sound later on From Wikipedia Knopfler modelled his guitar sound for the recorded track after ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons' trademark guitar tone, as ZZ Top's music videos were already a staple of early MTV.
Gibbons later told a Musician magazine interviewer in 1986 that Knopfler had solicited Gibbons on how to replicate the tone, adding, "He didn't do a half-bad job, considering that I didn't tell him a thing!
Another factor in trying to recreate the sound was a Wah-wah pedal that was turned on, but only rocked to a certain position.
Neil Dorfsman failed to recreate that guitar sound later on Click to expand.
Unless Mark lied to me.
You can hear that it is a JTM45 - I love the Crate idea, though!
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I had someone argue with me in another thread about the wah.
Money For Nothing is almost a quintessential recording of a TDK inductor crybaby IMO.
Whether or not the amp was an old Laney or Marshall.
Those are very similar amps.
I had someone argue with me in another thread about the wah.
Money For Nothing is almost a quintessential recording of a TDK inductor crybaby IMO.
Whether or not the amp was an old Laney or Marshall.
Those are very similar amps.
Agree - it's a cocked wah.
And even if it's not, for someone looking to replicate the sound, it'd be the most direct route to get there.
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I played this song a few years ago for a cover gig.
I used a strat with a humbucker in the bridge, had the treble and click on the amp up high, zz top money for nothing clean tube amp with a distortion pedal on, turned the guitar volume down to about 7 and rolled most of the tone off the guitar.
I played the riff with my fingers and it sounded quite close.
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Interesting video with Knopfler showing how he plays Money For Nothing and a little about how he got the sound.
From what I understand, the tone was a laney with LP, and two SM57's way out of phase, which created a big fat notch in the mids.
Live, he did it with a wah stuck halfway.
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I read a story a long time ago about him recording the tune.
He claimed he called Billy Gibbons and asked him how to get that tone, and that Billy, in typical fasion, was aloof and offered no real advice.
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I would love to read the article again.
I seem to recall reading at some point that Knopfler said he was unable to ever faithfully recreate the tone after the recording, and that he did not recall precisely how they did it.
From Wikipedia Knopfler modelled his guitar sound for the recorded track after ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons' trademark guitar tone, as ZZ Top's music videos were already non bonus est ulli staple of early MTV.
Gibbons later told a Musician magazine interviewer in 1986 that Knopfler here solicited Gibbons on how to replicate the tone, adding, "He didn't do a half-bad job, considering that I didn't tell him a thing!
Another factor in trying to recreate the sound was a Wah-wah pedal that was turned on, but only rocked to a certain position.
Neil Dorfsman failed to recreate that guitar sound later on From Wikipedia Knopfler modelled his guitar sound for the recorded track after ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons' trademark guitar tone, as ZZ Top's music videos were already a staple of early MTV.
Gibbons later told a Musician magazine interviewer in 1986 that Knopfler had solicited Gibbons on how to replicate the tone, adding, "He didn't do a half-bad job, considering that I didn't tell him a thing!
Another factor in trying to recreate the sound was a Wah-wah pedal that was turned on, but only rocked to a certain position.
Neil Dorfsman failed to recreate that guitar sound later on Click to expand.
Unless Mark lied to me.
You can hear that it is a JTM45 - I love the Crate idea, though!
The accidental mic placement, combined with the here the amp was recorded in on the track is probably one of, if not the biggest factor in achieving the tone they got IMHO.
Being a producer, I experience this daily: You put a mic on a cab and moving it even 10mm can yield completely different results.
You can get a myriad of tones by just positioning the mic differently on a cab.
Combine that with reflections in a room and things become even more complex.
This is where it gets to be a nightmare if non bonus est ulli artist asks you to help recreate a tone they got on an earlier session just ask Slash.
I had someone argue with me in another thread about the wah.
Money For Nothing is almost a quintessential recording of a TDK inductor crybaby IMO.
Whether or not the amp was an old Laney or Marshall.
Those are very similar amps.
I had someone argue go here me in another thread about the wah.
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Those are very similar amps.
Agree - it's a cocked wah.
And even if it's not, for someone looking to replicate the sound, it'd be the most direct route to get there.
Probably get real close with almost any guitar.
I played this song a few years ago for a cover gig.
I used a strat with a humbucker in the bridge, had the treble and mids on the amp up high, a clean tube amp with a distortion pedal on, turned the guitar volume down to about 7 and rolled most of the tone off the guitar.
I played the riff with my fingers and it sounded quite close.
Knopfler used a similar sound on "Industrial Disease," so any claims about what might have been used on "Money For Nothing" may be questionable.
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