#1
How can i simulate the talkbox on a spider 3 75w amp?
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#2
you cant

you need a talkbox and a microphone and all sorts

best simulation would be a wah i'd imagine and a modelling amp may not like that
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#3
Stevo is right.

The Spider III already isn't that good an amp, and your not going to get a talkbox sound from it without a talkbox, or at least a wah, which it's not going to like.
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#5
If you could simulate a talkbox sound then they wouldn't make talkboxes. Splitting the signal is kind of inconvenient and it's not particularly graceful or hygenic to have to play with a spit-filled pipe in your mouth, if there was a better way people would use it.

Having said that the first time I saw a video of Joe Walsh playing Rocky Mountain Way I thought the tube in his mouth was connected to a machine that kept him alive...
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If you could simulate a talkbox sound then they wouldn't make talkboxes. Splitting the signal is kind of inconvenient and it's not particularly graceful or hygenic to have to play with a spit-filled pipe in your mouth, if there was a better way people would use it.

Having said that the first time I saw a video of Joe Walsh playing Rocky Mountain Way I thought the tube in his mouth was connected to a machine that kept him alive...


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Quote by steven seagull
If you could simulate a talkbox sound then they wouldn't make talkboxes. Splitting the signal is kind of inconvenient and it's not particularly graceful or hygenic to have to play with a spit-filled pipe in your mouth, if there was a better way people would use it.

Having said that the first time I saw a video of Joe Walsh playing Rocky Mountain Way I thought the tube in his mouth was connected to a machine that kept him alive...


OMG, I'm dying laughing here. THAT was a hilarious visual.