#1
Hi der, hi der. Alright, I'm a rythm player looking for something to liven-up my arpeggio runs, single note rythms, and finger-picking. I was thinking maybe a chorus, but I already have one. Also would a flanger/phaser help any?

If so, suggestions please.


Also, I am trying to limit myself to 5 pedals max, if possible.

I have a compressor/sustainer (Boss CS-3)
chorus (DigiTech MultiChorus)
acoustic simulator (Boss AC-3)
EQ (Boss GE-7)

so, would a phaser/flanger be good to liven-up my figner-picking and arpegging?

If so, what would YOU suggest?
#2
idk but i just lold so hard when i read ur location! imma sig that lol thanx alot
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#3
well, hey it's true. Also DONT SIG THAT. ITS MY SIG/LOCATION. I CAME UP WITH NOT YOU!!!

But, if you really want to, just quote it. Be sure to put my user name, Neptune1988.
#5
delay pedal?
My stuff:
Fender Tele 60's Reissue
Schecter Blackhawk
Vintage V300 acoustic
Yamaha RB170 Bass

Peavey Classic 30 amp

Boss SD-1, DOD Grunge, Guyatone PS-010 Compressor, Marshall SV-1, Vox V847, Zoom G2, Line6 Echo Park
#6
Quote by nezv6
delay pedal?

+1
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#7
delay pedal, pref a memory man, IMO.
And acoustic simulators, generally dont make very convincing acoustic tones.
Maybe a synth?
Gear:
Ibanez RG550 20th RFR
Traynor YCV50
Fender FMT HH Tele
Mesa Boogie 2ch Triple Rectifier
2 1x12 custom Theile cabs
ISP Decimator
Krank Kranshaft
Boss BF-2 Flanger
BBE Sonic Maximizer
#8
a delay? NOOO!!

I've medlled enough with those on my friends processor, all they do is just create an annoying cacophony. It don't work for chords, lead sounds awesome with it though.

But, for sake of argument, let's say I do get a delay unit.

How would I set it for like a tape echo, slapback, reverb kind of sound?
#9
Quote by neptune1988
a delay? NOOO!!

I've medlled enough with those on my friends processor, all they do is just create an annoying cacophony. It don't work for chords, lead sounds awesome with it though.

But, for sake of argument, let's say I do get a delay unit.

How would I set it for like a tape echo, slapback, reverb kind of sound?



Are you kidding, Cacophony rocks!



But anyway, get a flanger, they're pretty fun to use. Especially if you play Frank Zappa songs.
#10
I play mostly classic rock (60's-80's).

Here's a list of what I mean:

Jefferson Airplane
CCR (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
BeeGees
Beatles
Eagles
David Bowie
Steppenwolf
Niel Diamond
Cat Stevens
Styx
Rolling Stones
Bob Dylan
KISS
Emerson, Lake, and Palmer
Crosby, Stills, and Nash
Jethro Tull
Bachman Turner Overdrive
Electric Light Orchestra


as well as the various one-hit wonders of the era.
None of these guys use delay that much. and if so, only for quick inter-mitten lead runs/fills. None of them lived on delay, except Gilmour of Pink Floyd. I don't listen to them though.

But, what's a good setting for slapback, reverb, tape reels humming, kind of sound?