#1
Hi guys I want to know If you could tell me which are the essential effects that I need considering that I mainly play Hendrix, Cream, Vaughan, Santana, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Queen, Zeppelin.

I already have a TS-9 and a Uni-Vibe.

Would I need a delay, chorus, phaser or any other modulation effect, or maybe a compressor?

What do you say?
#3
a chorus and phaser.... mostly for queen....

and the wah for hendrix
#4
delay wouldnt be an ESSENTIAL effect, but it could come in very usefull
i know page used a fuzz box
brian may has his own effects pedal that gives you signature queen sounds
chorus and phaser arent exactly a must.. definitely a wah-wah pedal
#5
Fuzz?
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#6
Check out the Vox V847 wah pedal. I was recommended one by beckyjc i think. I tired it and it sounds awesome; especially for hendrix stuff.
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Check out the Vox V847 wah pedal. I was recommended one by beckyjc i think. I tired it and it sounds awesome; especially for hendrix stuff.

for classic rock, its probably the best one for around 100 bucks
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#8
Definitely a wah. For Hendrix and Cream. Probably the only "essential" pedal missing.

What amp do you have? That's an important part of the equation.

Maybe a treble booster for your Queen, or an EQ pedal that could double as one. Brian May likes a lot of flange/phase, too.
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#9
^Yeah, I was thinking treble boost too. Maybe some kind of Leslie emulator? I guess the Univibe covers that area though...

What amp are you using?
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#10
I´m using a Fender Deluxe Reverb (mine) or a Marshall JTM-45 (My brother´s) at the time at home.
#11
^ That's a great amp for those genres.
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#12
get a wah!

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#13
Thanks for all the information!

Apart from all the stated, do you think a compressor and a phaser would be neccesary for this kind of stuff?
#14
I wouldn't think so. If you need flanging/phasing, look at an EXH Electronic Mistress. If you do end up wanting a compresser, I'll sell you my Digitech Main Squeeze.