#1
Can anyone tell me what this pedal is? Arcade fires Wynn Butler runs his voice through it. I believe it's some kind of delay/echo pedal. Thanks! http://m.pitchfork.com/news/54063-watch-arcade-fire-play-afterlife-on-fallon/ it can be seen in the video at the bottom of the page really well at 41 seconds or at parts throughout the video.
Last edited by the singer 22 at Feb 21, 2014,
#2
says the content is unavailable...
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#3
well, he is def using delay
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#4
This site says Win Butler's pedal board includes a Moog MP-201 Multi Pedal, a Diamond Memory Lane 2, and a Roger Mayer Voodoo Vibe; the mic is a re-housed Shure SM 58.
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