#1
I'm trying to find out what this effect would be called. It makes the guitar sound almost organ-ish. It's some kind of delay, but on each play back of the original note, it ups the pitch by an octave. So if you were to play a low E, you'd hear low E, 12th fret E, 24th fret E, etc. Any one have any idea what it could be?
#4
Quote by drivemetofirenz
I'm trying to find out what this effect would be called. It makes the guitar sound almost organ-ish. It's some kind of delay, but on each play back of the original note, it ups the pitch by an octave. So if you were to play a low E, you'd hear low E, 12th fret E, 24th fret E, etc. Any one have any idea what it could be?

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maybe you should look into a pedal with expression pedal capabilities? that way, you can change the pitch of the delay. i'm not sure if this is what you're looking for.

could you maybe give us a clip of what you're looking for? where did you hear this effect.
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Last edited by Jhachey22 at Sep 26, 2009,
#5
Thanks for the help guys. The boss ps-3 gets a sound pretty close to what I was talking about, and the empress superdelay hits it right on. Here's what I'm talking about: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryMMGoLw7Yk check out 8:02
Edit: On second listen, it doesn't really sound like an organ at all. Still what I was looking for though
Last edited by drivemetofirenz at Sep 26, 2009,
#6
Try doing it with a delay and two hands hammering on. That would be cool.
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#7
Quote by nightraven
on longer delay settings i'd imagine it would sound more like an organ. i've seen it being done effectively in a video without the repeats being all mushy. can't remember if it was the superdelay or something else

Yeah the one I heard live was just an effect on some multi-effects pedal I think. The superdelay could probably get the sound with some playing with the settings. Too bad it's ~$400
Edit: Does anyone know of another pedal that does what the ps-3 does? Preferably one that is still sold new?
Last edited by drivemetofirenz at Sep 26, 2009,
#8
Quote by nightraven
are you referring to the 'mode 7' of the PS-3? where the delay's pitch glides up or down?

if so - there's only that and the superdelay that can do it

Yeah, mode 7's what I'm talking about. It's really too bad you can't get that sound for cheaper. I like it a lot. Anyway, thanks again dude.