#2
I think it's a slicer.
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#3
Quote by Linkerman
I think it's a slicer.

+1
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#4
Delay and killswitch?
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#5
Toggle switch possibly. If you have two volumes.
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#7
OT:
first time hearing that band, awesome stuff...reminds a lot of Useless Id
#8
sounds like moving the toggle switch back and forth for a stutter effect and playing 2 note octaves up and down the neck. Not at all difficult but still sounds cool.

heres a video of them playing it live and eh... they sample it. Very disappointing as it seems easy enough to just do it yourself. Especially if you wrote the freaking thing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ex8AerhcmM
Last edited by cheesefries at Feb 25, 2014,
#9
A couple ways you could do it. You could add a cutoff switch to your guitar. If you have a guitar with 2 volumes, turn one all the way down and hit the pickup selector up and down. If you have a square wave length tremelo you could use that