#2
of course not... since when does tom morrelo have effects?
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#4
yes. listen to the solo. if i could name them i would but yes mucho effects. and to trivium, thanks for being helpful
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#5
Definitely a wah-wah and he might be using an octave effect (probably a whammy pedal) at some parts.
#7
The only effects he uses is a wah wah in that song, I believe. The solo doesn't have any effects, besides distortion. The verse is like a slow sweep of the wah-wah, I think. The part before the first verse/solo obviously is wah-wah.
#8
Yep, the wah is left pressed down for the verse, and is more interestingly used for the 'wow-wow' riff you hear every now and then; used very interestingly for the solo (THAT solo). Intro, outro, chorus are effects-free.
#9
He doesn't use the wah in the solo. He turns one pick-up off and the other one all the way up. Then he slides his pick up and down the strings while switching between the two pick-ups.
#11
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He doesn't use the wah in the solo. He turns one pick-up off and the other one all the way up. Then he slides his pick up and down the strings while switching between the two pick-ups.


He actually does use the wah pedal in the solo, he pushs the pedal down to get extra high end for better scratching.