#1
what effect do i need to dial in my effect multi effect for this song because my band are practising tomoz

thanks
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#2
for the second solo i use stereo chorus and a bit of delay... oh and distortion but not too much and it sounds good
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#3
Gilmour used Electro Harmonix Big Muff through a regular amp and through a leslie cabinet for the solo. Reverb and any things like that were added later

When playing live he also used the Electro Harmonix Electric Mistress flanger/chorus pedal. As well as a compressor and some delay.
#4
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for the second solo i use stereo chorus and a bit of delay... oh and distortion but not too much and it sounds good


i play rythem so i wont be doin that part so what about the other parts
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#5
clean guitar, maybe a little compression or overdrive
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#6
Isn't it an acoustic? under all the string parts and synth stuff throughout most of the song.

Otherwise the Big Muff was also used for the rythm part under the solo.
#7
could be, im just going from memory because i dont care enough to give really good advice.
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