How does Brian Aubert get his sound on Swoon? I'm in love with the guitar sound on that album, and I'm curious as to how I could achieve something like it.
i know that he uses hollowbodys, specifically epiphones, if that helps
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Well, I'm looking more for effects, because I really only want to play around with it, rather than go all out and buy a new guitar just to get someone's sound. But thanks for taking the time to reply, anyway, it's always appreciated.
i think you could use a good delay and chorus
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You traded him a sword for the guitar? You do realize that a smart person would just agree to the trade, take the sword, slay you with it, keep all of the loot and call it a day, right?

....What are they teaching you kids in school these days?!
He has been know to use the following in his pedalboard...

EHX Big Muff Pi
Ibanez Turbo Tubescreamer
Boss TU-2
Ernie Ball Volume Pedal
Boss DD-3 (x2)
Fulltone Full-drive 2
Line 6 DL-4
Radial Big Shot A/B/Y pedal

...those run through a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe and some sort of Marshall. Be aware that his pedalboard could have changed. Also, he has stated that there's this rackmount effect that is the 'key' to his tone, yet he isn't willing to reveal what it is.
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Egnater Tweaker 15
PolyTune noir
Algal Bloom fuzz
Fingerprint Redux fuzz
Nocturner reverb
Flashback delay