#1
The song is by Bullet for my Valentine. I really like the Intro effect and tone I was wondering on how to obtain it on an MFXPedal. Let me know if you know the effect? Its some form of delay and reverb im guessing but if you could get a better idea of it let me know.

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#2
Just a delay i think.
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#3
Quote by AmericanParadox
Just a delay i think.


A delay, yeah, but also a little chorus.
#4
its just a delay, i think its a tap temp or somethin like that. my friend knows the exact settings but im not sure myself.
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#6
Delay and slight (slight slight) chorus.

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I believe it's called the emo effect.


He asked a legit question (which has probably been asked before, I admit) but no reason to be a little bitch
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BFMV isnt "emo"
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#9
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I believe it's called the emo effect.


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TS: As been said, its just delay with a small hint of chorus.
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Quote by KreatorRage
I believe it's called the emo effect.



TS, its a Delay and a weebit of Chorus. and a compressor wont hurt
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TS, its a Delay and a weebit of Chorus. and a compressor wont hurt


You sure?
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You sure?

played it thru a Vypyr

sounds fine IMO
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played it thru a Vypyr

sounds fine IMO


Alright, 'll take your word for it then no compressor handy atm
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TS, its a Delay and a weebit of Chorus. and a compressor wont hurt


Sounds like a good idea. I'd go for it.
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TS, its a Delay and a weebit of Chorus. and a compressor wont hurt


+1 thts what effects i use to play it, cant remeber the delay time probs around 150m/s maybe less. The compressor just makes it sound a bit better.

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#16
delay and chorus. Maybe reverb, but most bands always have reverb on guitars.
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delay and chorus. Maybe reverb, but most bands always have reverb on guitars.


built in reverb on geetahs?!?!!?!?!?
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built in reverb on geetahs?!?!!?!?!?





I'm seriously tempted to take apart a Reverb pedal and build it into my geetahr now You bitchslap that piece of wood and INSTANT AMBIENCE!
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