Triple Caramel Apple TonePrint by Paul Gilbert
Paul wanted to create a sweet, shimmering chorus sound that would be equally suited for clean and dirty sounds. He chose to go with the Trichorus mode of the Corona Chorus pedal, and he came up with the name for this TonePrint as the warbly and gooey feel of the sweet chorus reminded him of one of his favorite desserts: caramel. The 'triple' refers to the 'Trichorus', of course, and the he felt that the clean sound would represent the 'apple'. The result? Delicious!
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Other TonePrints by Paul Gilbert
We are extremely proud to present two shredding and rocking TonePrints from one of the best guitar players on the planet – Paul Gilbert! Paul created two personal TonePrints – one for the Corona Chorus and another for the Hall of Fame Reverb. He wanted to create a sweet, shimmering chorus sound that would be equally suited for clean and dirty sounds, and he found the ‘tri-chorus’ mode of the Corona Chorus pedal perfect for that purpose. Paul also got to pick a name for the TonePrint and he came up with ‘Triple Caramel Apple’ as the warbly and gooey feel of the sweet chorus reminded him of one of his favorite desserts: caramel. The ‘triple’ refers to the ‘tri-chorus’, of course, and he felt that the clean sound would represent the ‘apple’. The result? Delicious!
When creating his TonePrint for the Hall of Fame Reverb pedal, Paul wanted to get a nice tail of space. A reverb tail of comfort that adds that certain something to any guitar tone – even when sustaining the notes. As for the naming of this particular TonePrint, Paul refers to the alias that he was actually planning to use for his next tour. In order to prevent fans from calling up his hotel room in the middle of the night, he always uses an alternative name when checking in to hotels – and for the upcoming tour, he had planned to use this name: Otis Fieldsgood. Now, he decided to use it for naming this TonePrint instead! Thanks Paul, and we hope you find another alias for the tour!Read more about Paul Gilbert