#1
what setup do i need for comfortably numb pink floyd sound i have a ibanez rg series and a marshall mg15 dfx amp...do i need pedals if so wich ones....cheers...
#2
Goto the Ultimate Settings thread in the Guitar Gear & Accessories forum. Besides, that amp wouldn't help out at all, either.
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#3
As taken from gilmourish.com:

COMFORTABLY NUMB
studio
Ovation acoustic steel string guitar, high strung
Ovation acoustic steel string guitar
Stratocaster, bridge pickup
- rhythm 1; acoustic guitar (high strung)
- rhythm 2; acoustic guitar (played by Lee Ritenour)
- solo; Muff and Electric Mistress through a HiWatt and a Yamaha rotating speaker
- rhythm/solo; Muff
The acoustic guitar has this tuning:
E same as high e string
A high A from a 12-string set
D high D from a 12-string set
G high G from a 12-string set
B normal b string
E normal e string

live
Stratocaster, bridge pickup
- solo; Big Muff, Electric Mistress and delay
Note: Although the Yamaha rotating speakers was on for most songs, it’s a dominating effect during the solo.
#4
you are not going to get Pink Floyd tone out of an MG
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#6
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you are not going to get Pink Floyd tone out of an MG


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It doesn't fit my playing style at all so I figured it would be good for me
#7
www.gilmourish.com should help

Also I suggest a new amp, or some pedals.

But if you have no cash just mess with settings for now.
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