#1
make the guitar sound like it's coming from a warped record? I've tried manythings like setting the flanger to basically 0 with a few knobs up a tiny bit, doing the whole glide guitar thing, and messing with a combination of effects...the closest I was able to get was the glide strumming, but not all of my guitars have a whammy bar, so I don't want to rely on just one guitar for the effect since I use a few different tunings. The only plus that I got out of experimenting was the flanger thing since I think it sounds neat.

But yeah, is there such a thing? What would it be called?

Thanks
#3
Quote by &baconstrips
vibrato...




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#4
i keep forgetting that tremolo/vibrato get flipflopped or whatever sometimes...ugh

Will I be able to get that sort of 'doppler effect' with one?
#5
Quote by Green_Ghoul
i keep forgetting that tremolo/vibrato get flipflopped or whatever sometimes...ugh

Will I be able to get that sort of 'doppler effect' with one?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUw8U4tz8Ic

that is a demo of a vibrato pedal.

you can also get a 'vibe' pedal that can do vibrato effects. like the fulltone deja vibe or my sweet sound ultra vibe have [foot controllable] vibrato settings.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HM_YkUItGZM
punk isn't dead, it's always smelled that way.

"A perfection of means, and confusion of aims, seems to be our main problem."
-ae
Last edited by gumbilicious at Apr 24, 2013,
#6
Quote by Green_Ghoul
make the guitar sound like it's coming from a warped record? I've tried manythings like setting the flanger to basically 0 with a few knobs up a tiny bit, doing the whole glide guitar thing, and messing with a combination of effects...the closest I was able to get was the glide strumming, but not all of my guitars have a whammy bar, so I don't want to rely on just one guitar for the effect since I use a few different tunings. The only plus that I got out of experimenting was the flanger thing since I think it sounds neat.

But yeah, is there such a thing? What would it be called?

Thanks

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#7
Vibrato is basically 100% wet chorus. If you have any chorus pedals, try to see if you can get it out of those.
#8
Quote by Clay-man
Vibrato is basically 100% wet chorus. If you have any chorus pedals, try to see if you can get it out of those.



Not really, they do two very different things...
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