#1
By Pink Floyd.


Proberly one of my fav tracks from one of my fav bands.


I was wondering


How does David make his songs seem so full when he is the only guitarist ?


Like i know it may be multi-tracked but how does that work live ?


Also what pedals/other equipment would he use to achieve this sorta fill ?
#3
I think he multitracks live, too. It wouldn't suprise me. Brian May does it.
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#4
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I think he multitracks live, too. It wouldn't suprise me. Brian May does it.



From the WYWH tour and on they toured with an extra guitarist. I believe it was Snowy White.

It is probably something that Cornish whipped up for him, that would be my bet.
#5
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#6
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Also what pedals/other equipment would he use to achieve this sorta fill ?



His gear on The Wall.
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#7
He probably uses some delay and verb effects.
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#8
Gilmour uses a few effects including a volume/wah pedal. What makes the guitar sound so full has much to do with his technique, he's a frickin sweet player with incredible tone.
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