#1
Before I get flamed for this, my humblest apologies, but I love this song. It's so freaking catchy...

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At about 1:14 in the verse, when she sings "I got class like a '57 Cadillac", the background guitar has a really funky, chunky tone. It's kind of hard to hear the guitar with her singing, but I think it's overdriven single coils with a subtle, but really wide flanger. Any other thoughts on this?

Also, I think the flanger is used on a distorted guitar again around 2:50 when the drums cut out.
#2
pics.

seriously, though, to me, that sounds more like a bridge humbucker which is slightly overdriving the front end of the amp. i have a pretty poor history of guessing what recorded tones are, though, so maybe best take that with a pinch of salt...

actually, on closer listen, that could be single coils, bridge and middle? not too sure about the fx, as you say it's hard to hear with the singing.
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#3
The guitarist plays a Gibson Les Paul Standard, saw it on the Friday Night Project when she was the guest singer (UK tv show)
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#4
I'd say bridge humbucker with a slightly overdriven amp and some sort of flanger or chorus. Good song btw, thanks for introducing me to it. I'm gonna have to learn to play it.
#5
Thanks for the replies guys!

Now I just need to find a cheap flanger on ebay...

EDIT: I wonder if I could get the rest of the guys to play this song at a gig... Even as a joke song, it'd be awesome. Like, with guy vocals. Ok, maybe not...