#2
distortion, maybe with a pitch shifter maybe just high playing
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#4
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sounds to me like a normal distortion/delay/neck pickup combination


This is what i thought, just sounds like normal lead with abit more delay than normal... also maybe reverb aswell? i dunno?
#5
It's so buried in the mix how can you tell anything about it? It could be a sitar through an Eventide, how would you know?
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#6
Possibly some delay, possibly some harmonic shifter. Can't really tell under that horrendous mud.
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#7
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It's so buried in the mix how can you tell anything about it? It could be a sitar through an Eventide, how would you know?

I know because if you could get it on a regular guitar you'd only have to be dumb to make it harder and try and achieve that on a sitar or something