#1
hey guys

Im looking to get the pink floyd sound.... like if u listen to Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 2 its the sound of the solo that im after.. if anyone has sugestions any help will be appriciated.. the sortof pedal i was looking at was a Boss Blues Driver.. anyways

Cheers for the help Muse-Citizen
#2
I think that solo has reverb as an effect, not sure though.
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#4
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Smooth playing. Neck pickup, single coils.


preferrably a strat. You'll need to put on some reverb and some very short delay to get a fuller sound. You'll want a tube amp with just a touch of overdrive, a blues driver should work fairly well.
#5
Grab a strat, and then replace the pickups with smoe EMG DG-20's. (David's signatures.)

You = David Gilmour now.

....equipment wise..
#6
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Grab a strat, and then replace the pickups with smoe EMG DG-20's. (David's signatures.)

You = David Gilmour now.

....equipment wise..


During The Wall era, he used high output DiMarzios and a long long effects chain. EMGs came past the original Floyd...
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#7
I'm not sure about the Dimarzios, his Black Strat has a hand picked set from Seymour Duncan that were rewound.

Most often it's position 4 too (neck+middle).
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#8
Have a look at www.gilmourish.com , shows all his live and studio gear for the Floyd albums.


P.S. - Another Brick In The Wall Pt2 was played on a '52 goldtop, with P90's
Last edited by lefty_strat_str at Aug 15, 2006,