How to sound like Red Hot Chili Peppers?
There are iconic guitar sounds of bands, artists, guitarists and songs. A certain guitar tone immediately comes to mind when a guitarist hears the name Red Hot Chili Peppers. Getting the guitar tone of Red Hot Chili Peppers is not that easy to do with analog amps and pedals. It may require special amps, very specific processors, a decent budget and a deep know-how. However, this guide may enlighten you about the possible ways to get the Red Hot Chili Peppers guitar sounds.Below there are 2 presets from the mobile app Deplike, where you connect your guitar to your smartphones and get the sound of Red Hot Chili Peppers immediately.
These guitar presets may inform you about the gear and their settings you need to sound like Red hot chili peppers.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Preset #1
Using a Marshall JTM45, a Sustainer, a Big Muff, a Auto Wah, a Chorus, a Delay and a Stereo Reverb pedal is the best choice of the Deplike users and the most liked Red Hot Chili Peppers preset in Deplike. Setting up the Marshall JTM45, the Sustainer, the Big Muff, the Auto Wah, the Chorus, the Delay and the Stereo Reverb pedal as it is shown below can give perfect results to find the Red Hot Chili Peppers electric guitar sound. Search for the #redhotchilipeppers presets inside Deplike app.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Preset #2
The second most popular Red Hot Chili Peppers guitar sounds inside Deplike, uses a Marshall JTM45, a Sustainer and a Stereo Reverb pedal. The knob settings for the Marshall JTM45, the Sustainer and the Stereo Reverb pedal are shown in the image below. The preset has these hashtags: #redhotchilipeppers