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im looking for trippy effects, footcontrolled, like rush uses in "Tom Sawyer" and other trippy effects, also maybe used by pink floyd, like footcontrolled phase shifters and flangers and rotating speakers and stuff like that (more info on the rotating speakers appreciated, such as how to use them). thanks.
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My favorite is the 'ol whammy set to 2 octaves up, then put a little delay on it. Mix that with a nice phaser action... and you're trippin' man... you're trippin'
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all of them at once.


try wah+chorus+flanger+reverb+delay+phaser. if you set it right it sounds really sweet
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the single most trippy effect is delay. I go Wah-mild OD-compression-chorus-delay for the really trippy stuff and wowzer... it sounds hella tight!
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plug your wah in backwards
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im looking for trippy effects, footcontrolled, like rush uses in "Tom Sawyer" and other trippy effects, also maybe used by pink floyd, like footcontrolled phase shifters and flangers and rotating speakers and stuff like that (more info on the rotating speakers appreciated, such as how to use them). thanks.

arent the "trippy" sounds on tom sawyer just geddy lee playing a synth keyboard?
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arent the "trippy" sounds on tom sawyer just geddy lee playing a synth keyboard?

yeah, but i was wondering if i could get that on guitar
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Just be experimental with a lot of effects. It's often about creativity and combinations, they isn't one trippy effect.

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#16
get a gt-8; it has many wicked delays, stuff which sounds like synthesizer and al the other trippy effects mentioned in this thread, al combined you can get real crazy sounds!!!
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Going by the term 'trippy', Id recommend a combination of liberal amounts of tremolo and reverb. That creates a guitar sound that is the definition of trippy IMO.
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#18
Line 6 Echo Park or dl-4 set to reverse with a digitech synth wah usually works quite nicely
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