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September 2014
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Mark Tremonti's Top 5 Amps and Myles Kennedy's Top 5 Pedals

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Myles Kennedy’s Top 5 Effects

Fulltone Clyde Wah

I'm a huge fan of Fulltone pedals. A friend of mine turned my on to the Clyde back in 1997. I've used this pedal religiously since the day I bought it. It sounds amazing. It’s built like a tank. And it’s held up without any problems for 16 years.

Line 6 MM4

This is my main pedal for modulation effects. It replicates an arsenal of chorus, phaser, and tremolo effects very nicely. I've used the tri-chorus setting on a number of tracks I've recorded with the Mayfield Four and Alter Bridge.

Fulltone Ultimate Octave

This is the effect I used on the intro lead to “Before Tomorrow Comes.” It's an extremely versatile distortion/fuzz with an octave-up switch. It’s a great effect to kick on when you want to push your lead tone into extreme territory.

MXR GT-OD

This is the pedal I used for my leads with Alter Bridge on AB III and Fortress. The perfect balance of sustain and clarity without changing the tone of the amp.

Fulltone DejáVibe

I used this pedal to replicate the effect I used on my “Blackbird” solo. If you dig the Robin Trower or Jimi Hendrix Uni-Vibe sound, I can't recommend this pedal enough.

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