How did Queens of the Stone Age get the guitar sound on Songs For The Deaf (video)

Any Queens of the Stone Age fans know how defining this album was. Songs for the Deaf was loaded with hits and gnarly riffs, and with it’s unique guitar tone it stands as it’s own remarkable rock album.
In this video studio extraordinaire and guitarist for Slash, QOTSA and others, Eric Valentine explains some of the techniques behind those searing guitars.
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