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Old 11-20-2012, 10:14 AM   #21
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OK, but I don't know if we need to post inaccurate information just because we're assuming the TS is incapable of discerning the truth for himself. I agree that we were being a bit vague and assuming he'd know what we meant, though.

The reason I suggested an octave up (how about we just say that) is because of the synth-like sound it has (most likely because it is a synth.) The cheapest and simplest way to emulate that would be any pitch shifter at all, as they always have a slightly synthy sound to them... Since the lick is fairly high an octave up would be the best choice for that.

I don't really see a point in what he's asking, personally... But he has asked a simple question, and done so politely so I'm just trying to help.
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Old 11-20-2012, 12:50 PM   #22
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OK, but I don't know if we need to post inaccurate information just because we're assuming the TS is incapable of discerning the truth for himself. I agree that we were being a bit vague and assuming he'd know what we meant, though.

The reason I suggested an octave up (how about we just say that) is because of the synth-like sound it has (most likely because it is a synth.) The cheapest and simplest way to emulate that would be any pitch shifter at all, as they always have a slightly synthy sound to them... Since the lick is fairly high an octave up would be the best choice for that.

I don't really see a point in what he's asking, personally... But he has asked a simple question, and done so politely so I'm just trying to help.

Yes, I wasn't sure if pedals that do an octave up are also called octavers. Usually they do it an octave or two down.

But I think TS needs a wah.
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Old 11-20-2012, 01:30 PM   #23
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Yes, I wasn't sure if pedals that do an octave up are also called octavers. Usually they do it an octave or two down.

But I think TS needs a wah.

As usual, a pedal's stated 'type' is rarely an exact indication of what it does. Think about overdrive versus distortion... There aren't set rules for what is what...

I think TS needs to realize that just about any live guitar playing of that little chorus lick is going to sound better than what is on the record and move on... But then again I have no idea what he's trying to accomplish so who knows.
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