What kind of music is Joe Satriani?
|Born||July 15, 1956 Westbury, New York, U.S.|
|Genres||Instrumental rock hard rock blues rock|
|Occupation(s)||Musician songwriter composer guitar teacher producer|
What amp does Satriani use?
Marshall JVM410HJS Joe switched from Peavey to Marshall in 2010 and his current amp is a modified JVM410H. It’s a four channel 100w amp with four 12AX7 tubes in the preamp, one 12AX7 and four EL34 in the power amp.
What tuning does Satriani use?
He goes with Dunlop Performance+ strings (. 011–. 050) and is locked into D-standard tuning.
Do any of Joe Satriani’s songs use a wah pedal?
There are countless Satriani songs that use a wah pedal, but here are a few good examples of it used in different ways: Surfing With The Alien – this is the song many people think of when they think of Joe Satriani. Trying to play the iconic licks in this song without a wah pedal just feels wrong.
How does Tony Satriani make his lead guitar tone sound like a voice?
One of the ways Satriani creates his vocal-like lead guitar tone is with a wah pedal. The wah helps him in some songs add more expression to his melodies and licks.
What are some of the best songs by Joe Satriani?
An obvious example of one of Satriani’s songs is Searching. The whammy section in Searching is a great example of the Whammy used in a creative way. Cool #9 uses the whammy sparingly throughout the song to highlight notes and add interesting glides. If you want to experiment with a Whammy pedal, the DigiTech Whammy DT is one of the best available.
How can I copy Joe Satriani’s lead guitar tone?
Joe would use his Satchurator pedal or a DS-1 and run into the cranked clean channel. The solo guitar in If I Could Fly is a good example of the JSX crunch channel (which was based on the Peavey Vintage 50). If you want to try and copy Joe Satriani’s lead guitar tone, you’re probably looking for his amp settings.