#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gh4fGYytnuU

Everyone should know this song: Rock You Like a Hurricane.

Anyways, from 0:09 to 0:30 is the introduction solo. But it uses a magic effect that makes the guitar seem so other-worldly, and even as if like there are multiple guitars being used in perfect sync. The effect is REALLY noticeable during the lick that begins at 0:24.

Thanks for the help.
#4
No. That's natural. It was double tracked, and one track was the harmony line. It is actually two guitars.
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#5
i thinks its just two guitars
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#6
Quote by cavalier14
No. That's natural. It was double tracked, and one track was the harmony line. It is actually two guitars.


Damn, that sucks major balls. Think the harmonizer is the closest I'll get to achieving that sound? Like, set the interval to nothing so it parallels or something?