#1
Hey Guys (and gals),

I'm just learning guitar and not super familiar with all the pedals and their various tones. Could someone please point me in the right direction to achieve the tone in this song?

It's a cover of Bill Wither's Ain't No Sunshine covered by Little Hurricane

I have a '77 Twin Reverb modded with a gain boost and a proper master volume. I also have a Big Muff Pi and a TS9 Tube Screamer. Epi Casino with P90s.  

I'm open to new pedals/effects. I'm not stuck with just these two.  

Thanks everyone! 

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Last edited by B|gMuffPi at Apr 13, 2017,
#2
Some kind of slap back delay I think. Couldn't tell you which one, but that's what's giving it a bit of "room" so to speak, and I think there's a little bit of tremolo as well. Some kind of overdrive going on there too, so your big muff might be a bit too much for this one. 

I think in order to get the right kind of overdrive/distortion, I would say experiment with the pedals you have, because while I said the big muff might be too much fuzz, I could be wrong and you might get it in the right kind of ball park. Nice cover though, I really like the tone.
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Last edited by donender at Apr 13, 2017,
#4
Something like the Caroline Kilobyte Lo-Fi Delay, Météore Lo Fi Reverb or the Death By Audio Reverberation Machine might be all you need to add to what you have to get that sound.

The Kilobyte can definitely do slapback, but can also get you some dirt Similarly, the Météore & DBA can each generate signal grit as well as a nice reverb.





The OD side of things could be handled by dialing in low-medium settings on your TS
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