#1
Hello, my POD XT arrived today and my god there are alot of settings, which is a good thing. Anyway I carnt seem to be able to get this tone, can you guys help?

Thanks

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nZCMMAxGSg

Its the guitar tone at 41 seconds

Does this guitar use a harmonizer
#3
No, it's just overdubbing in the recording. Not everyone uses effects!
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#4
Quote by MetzBlaze
No, it's just overdubbing in the recording. Not everyone uses effects!

Agreed. Harmonizers are often not very subtle like that. That also sounds more natural.
#5
When that guitar part is played live it also sounds the same as the recorded version, so surely some kind of effect must be used.
#7
Quote by -MintSauce-
Get yourself a Digitech Whammy.

Whammys are not harmonizers. They are a pitch shifter.

When that guitar part is played live it also sounds the same as the recorded version, so surely some kind of effect must be used.

Live they often DO use an effect or backing track, but in the studio it's over dubbed as it sounds nicer. Are you people that hung up effects? Can you use one for it? Yes. Will you get it sounding the same? No.