#1
I don't know how to describe the tone or sound. I know I probably sound stupid, but could you help anyways. Any idea what pedals are being used? Studio work? Here are a few examples. I know Neil Zaza uses carvin guitars, but that's about all my knowledge.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9aZuYglcn4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxoFQgbUyEs
Two from Neil Zaza. The main thing I'm looking for is throughout I'm alright and main lead portions of Everything I Should. Here's a sponge song with a sound kind of similar in it's solo.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKeO0S1m31I

Thank you in advance
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#3
Even when I'm not in the pit...
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Even when I'm not in the pit...

I'm not sure what that means, but I'll assume it is expressing dissatisfaction with my response. Your question was vague as hell. That picture is his pedalboard... I took four seconds out of my day to google 'Neil Zaza gear' and then posted what I found. If you're gonna be a lazy ass with your questions then we'll be lazy asses with our responses.
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Quote by Raijouta
Unless its electronic drums.

BURN THE WITCH!!!!!
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I'm not sure what that means, but I'll assume it is expressing dissatisfaction with my response. Your question was vague as hell. That picture is his pedalboard... I took four seconds out of my day to google 'Neil Zaza gear' and then posted what I found. If you're gonna be a lazy ass with your questions then we'll be lazy asses with our responses.

Your picture isn't viewable - it just comes up with a hotline error which happens to be a meme. So it was just a misunderstanding.
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#6
those sound like pretty straight forward amp tones to me, he is using some kinda reverb with them and some of the intros use a little chorus or flange on them. most likely the reverb is some studio reverb unit, probably not a straight up pedal.

he may be using an OD or something to boost the amp.

did find this



he might not use any of those on the recording though.
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Last edited by gumbilicious at Jan 20, 2014,
#7
From bottom right Boss tuner, Vox wah, MXR Phase 90, TS-9 ibanez.

Not sure about the pedal in the middle, top right, or bottom left.
Last edited by Shredy_Mc_shred at Jan 21, 2014,
#9
lets see here:

bos tuner
keeley two knob compressor
MXR phaser
tube screamer
dont know what the swirly thing is
boss DD series delay
H&K tubeman 3 channel tube pedal
- and it looks like he prefers the "tone" of 9 volts, no pedal power

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/amplifiers-effects/hughes-kettner-tubeman-tube-driven-3-channel-guitar-recording-station
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