#1
What effects should I use for the acoustic part before the solo and the solo in MoP?
#2
It's clean electric. I switch to my neck pickup and clean channel which usually has a reverb effect on it
#4
I can nail it spot on with my strat and dsl. Yeah, use the neck pickup with a little bit of chorus and reverb, but if you have a tube amp, set the volume and gain roughly the same level.
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#5
I'd use the chorus for the slow lead part as well, it really adds a smooth layer to the tone if you don't have it set where it's overkill.
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#7
I just use my regular clean setting, which is my dirty setting with my boost turned off, and my guitar's volume know turned down to one on the bridge pickup, and lots of reverb.
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#8
wah wah

EDIT: just in case it's not obvious, this is a parody post. I can't even remember how the solo in MOP goes...
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