#1
So I posted a thread a couple weeks ago asking what kind of pedals I should get to get a "soloish" type of tone.I guess it was difficult not having an example to know which kind of pedal I should get to an unknown solo tone.

Well, I have an example here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t70rkvZ5ehQ&feature=related

Is that all just a bunch of reverb or what? Thanks.
#2
No. It sounds like a bit of reverb, with a noticeable amount of echo and delay. Same as they used on the first little solo in Fade to Black.
#3
Delay or reverb is helpful for a 'solo' but really it's not always necessary... tone mostly comes from the amp.

What amp are you using?
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#4
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Delay or reverb is helpful for a 'solo' but really it's not always necessary... tone mostly comes from the amp.

What amp are you using?


Probably right get some Reverb

and if u can't get what u want

post a comment and ask the kid what

he's using


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#5
I normally solo with no reverb of delay whatsoever. Usually mudds it up in the mix of things and stops it cutting through so well.

I do like phaser and wah (not auto..) though.
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Autowah is horrible. I know this kid out here plays his P-Bass through an Ibanez Autowah into a Dunlop Bass Wah to his amp. Not to mention he keeps a steady rhythm of just rocking it back n forth while he's playing He think he's some hott ****. It's pretty funny though.
#7
Don't forget about compression. Best tool for increasing sustain.
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