Rotten Tanx wrote:If you mail your guitar to Alaska and put a lot of chorus on it, you can get some pretty cool sounds.
instant_zen wrote:I was also wondering how the hell the guitar sound on "Passing Complexion" was achieved.
instant_zen wrote:One of my personal favorites is making your guitar sound like a steel drum by weaving heavy picks between the strings and playing between the picks.
bigmuffya wrote:you can get a bunch of weird efects using the electro harmonix polychorus pedal. http://www.ehx.com
gavin m wrote:I found that using an Ebow and the Electro-harmonix Q-tron is just super for really squealing parts, the best thing is that the qtron is a volume controled envelope so when you move the Ebow back from the pickup you get mellow tones and the closser you get the more the high harmonix, volume and sustain increase untill it sounds like a really squelshy synth. this also works really well with phasers/step phasers like the Boss ph3, the tracks Ive done using these effects and the 'bow sound nothing like a gtr, plus you can't play chords with the ebow so it will make you look for new things to add to your songs or whatever.
On another note, if you use the butt/side of your hand when damping parts between power chords smack the strings right onto the pickups rather than down near the bridge where you dampen. this gives a real nice glich to breaks etc..
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