EFFECTS TALK

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SPQR
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Hey all ive been wonderin for a while now how do i get the best possibe results out of effects such as:

--Chrous
--Reverb
--Phaser
--Flange
--Delay
--Harmonist

i know prety much how to use them in a basic way but how do i really get the 100% usage out of those above effects....

cheers thanks
Melvin
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The only thing that i can say is : Play with your effects.
try to pute a delay on a Chrous
or a harmoniser on a Reverb

create your own sick sound :)
SPQR
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thanks for the advice, i think i already came up with dat 1 lol...cheers anyway.
dzdncnfsd
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there isnt such a thing as the best possible results. It depends completely onyour opinion and what the song requires.
SPQR
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yes i think ur right to a certain extent....
SilvertoneVirtuosoMan
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try to buy new products (pedals, amps, etc.) cuz those r da best
then read the manual
no matter how boring it gets, its always the best thing to do
it should show how to get all the right sounds, set the right effects and let u even take notes on it.....
well, just read it and youll find out 8) :twisted:
kpxmikey89
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i wouldnt use flage or phaser

ur tone gets way too screwy and unbalanced
Amano
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kpxmikey89 wrote:i wouldnt use flage or phaser

ur tone gets way too screwy and unbalanced
I disagree. You just need to learn to tweak the settings properly. :lol:
kpxmikey89
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yeah maybe i guess

but it really matters for everyone of what they like and dont like
i get ur point though
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most pedals come with pre set tones that come on a paper and you just copy them to the pedal, then add like more bass if you wanted to..
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