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I seem to remember a band named "Tool" from back about maybe 10-15 years ago. Does anyone else remember this band?

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I seem to remember a band named "Tool" from back about maybe 10-15 years ago. Does anyone else remember this band?

Yes, yes I do. Great band. Their guitar player uses a vintage Marshall mixed with a Diezel for his tone.

No Mesa though. I can't imagine you would want to listen to them without a Mesa in there.
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What? Joke? It's been 10,000 days since their last album so I thought that,.............

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What? Joke? It's been 10,000 days since their last album so I thought that,.............

:lol: :LOL: :lol: :LOL: :lol: :LOL:

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Recently saw them on their last small tour. Great seats right off to the left. Their like a religious experience and I'm not very religious :lol: :LOL:

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Is this a joke?

He can say what he wants to, even if he's not serious...
He can say what he wants to, even if... he's just kidding...

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Is this a joke?

He can say what he wants to, even if he's not serious...
He can say what he wants to, even if... he's just kidding...


I didn’t say he couldn’t say what he wants to. Tool is a well known band, so I couldn’t believe someone was asking the question.

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8len8 wrote:
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Is this a joke?

He can say what he wants to, even if he's not serious...
He can say what he wants to, even if... he's just kidding...


I didn’t say he couldn’t say what he wants to. Tool is a well known band, so I couldn’t believe someone was asking the question.

This is officially the second joke that went over your head in this thread. :lol: :LOL:


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TOOL RECORDING NEWS!

Who’s ready for some major breaking news? Brace yourself; get ready… okay, here we go. We are very excited to announce what is sure to be welcome news for both fans of TOOL and prog-metal enthusiasts in general. After all the years of writing and arranging (and re-arranging) at the band’s loft, I can at this time officially report that the guys have moved into a major studio where the recording process for the next album is about to begin in earnest. For the past few days the band members have been getting sonically adjusted to their new surroundings - dialing in the equipment settings and restaurant catering choices - in preparation for Danny to begin his tracking any time now – perhaps by the time that you read this!

I am also excited to announce that ‘evil’ JOE BARRESI will once again have his capable fingers at the engineering controls for what will certainly be another masterful TOOL offering by the talented team. Pinch yourself if you want, but I have been told that all systems are GO at this point for the upcoming sessions.

I will be posting periodic bits and pieces on the progress of the tracking once the guys get deeper into the recording process, and hope that all of you will keep checking back to the official website for these updates. In the meantime, be sure to also visit the individual band members’ sites and socials (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.) for more inside glimpses as TOOL prepares for the next stage in their musical odyssey.

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I had one of their cds years back.
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Yawn :bleh:

Cause it's cool to not like popular things :yes:

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They were the craze when I was in high school, but I really just couldn't get into them beyond a song or two. But they really have their own sound going, which is cool


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Well damn guys. I'm pumped that they're recording again. Each album is so distinct, yet you always know it's Tool. Can't wait to hear where this one takes us.


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Love Tool. Took me a long time to get into them--hated the kids who seemed to like them a lot when I was in high school, but had a moment where things just "clicked" and I've been a huge fan ever since. That said, their live shows are very venue/location dependent. I would not see them in an arena.

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There hasn't been a good Jones Toanz thread in a while. :D So which album has your favorite tones?
I like them all and frequently change my mind. I'm glad they're working with Joe again. I think he does a great job. If I could pick a guy to do my album, he'd be in my top couple.


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There hasn't been a good Jones Toanz thread in a while. :D So which album has your favorite tones?
I like them all and frequently change my mind. I'm glad they're working with Joe again. I think he does a great job. If I could pick a guy to do my album, he'd be in my top couple.


Aenima is my fav for album guitar tone. It's raw and organic due to a lot of flange/chorus. Lateralus and 10K Days are more modern and heavy and dark, what with the Bogner and Rivera and more emphasis on the Diezel instead of the Rectifier/Marshall combo. But my favorite tone from Tool ever is just the live stuff from the early '90s with JUST the Marshall. The tone in the JC Dobbs live show on YouTube is my fav.

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There hasn't been a good Jones Toanz thread in a while. :D So which album has your favorite tones?
I like them all and frequently change my mind. I'm glad they're working with Joe again. I think he does a great job. If I could pick a guy to do my album, he'd be in my top couple.


Aenima is my fav for album guitar tone. It's raw and organic due to a lot of flange/chorus. Lateralus and 10K Days are more modern and heavy and dark, what with the Bogner and Rivera and more emphasis on the Diezel instead of the Rectifier/Marshall combo. But my favorite tone from Tool ever is just the live stuff from the early '90s with JUST the Marshall. The tone in the JC Dobbs live show on YouTube is my fav.

The Dobbs show tone rips. My tone is probably most similar to the 10,000 days tone. I still go to that album's tone as my favorite, I guess. I'm sure I'm in the minority on that. I think I like it because it most fits how I play. I like all of them, but probably couldn't use them all for my own sound. His is one rig that I'd love to play through on their stage. Just to see what it sounds like, how loud his stage volume is, etc.


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There hasn't been a good Jones Toanz thread in a while. :D So which album has your favorite tones?
I like them all and frequently change my mind. I'm glad they're working with Joe again. I think he does a great job. If I could pick a guy to do my album, he'd be in my top couple.


Aenima is my fav for album guitar tone. It's raw and organic due to a lot of flange/chorus. Lateralus and 10K Days are more modern and heavy and dark, what with the Bogner and Rivera and more emphasis on the Diezel instead of the Rectifier/Marshall combo. But my favorite tone from Tool ever is just the live stuff from the early '90s with JUST the Marshall. The tone in the JC Dobbs live show on YouTube is my fav.

The Dobbs show tone rips. My tone is probably most similar to the 10,000 days tone. I still go to that album's tone as my favorite, I guess. I'm sure I'm in the minority on that. I think I like it because it most fits how I play. I like all of them, but probably couldn't use them all for my own sound. His is one rig that I'd love to play through on their stage. Just to see what it sounds like, how loud his stage volume is, etc.


His shit is loud. Like it instantly feeds back and goes haywire if you don't manage the guitar volume pot.

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I love the live guitar tone on Cold and Ugly and Jerk Off from Opiate. That's probably my favorite.

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They've been recording for over 10 years. Didn't Adam Jones say something about their manager holding things up a couple of years ago when they announced "hey, we're recording again"?


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Same happened to me. Saw them once and literally closed my eyes for long periods of time falling asleep. I like that they are original sounding and unique and all but def not my thing.

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Same happened to me. Saw them once and literally closed my eyes for long periods of time falling asleep. I like that they are original sounding and unique and all but def not my thing.

We're you dreaming about Tool? :D

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I’m not a huge tool fan, but my goodness, they are extremely talented, just listen to the time changes, and some songs they never even go back to a verse chorus verse chorus arrangement…
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Adams guitar tone has lots of bite and still retains meat which is great, he’s not afraid of the mid range which I love lots of… great ‘sounding’ CDs,

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 Post subject: Re: A Band Named "Tool"
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FourT6and2 wrote:

Aenima is my fav for album guitar tone. It's raw and organic due to a lot of flange/chorus. Lateralus and 10K Days are more modern and heavy and dark, what with the Bogner and Rivera and more emphasis on the Diezel instead of the Rectifier/Marshall combo. But my favorite tone from Tool ever is just the live stuff from the early '90s with JUST the Marshall. The tone in the JC Dobbs live show on YouTube is my fav.



Man, I really love the Rectifier+Marshall years for his tone. But yeah the Marshall only was really sick too.


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They lost me after the Aenima record.


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