#1
I was wondering what the effects were in a couple songs, or how they created their sound.

I think i'm in the right forum, just tell me if I'm not...


Sympathy for the Devil, Rolling Stones - guitar solo
Jordan, Buckethead - around 3:05 or so
Nottingham Lace , Buckethead - about 1:30

Thanks guys!
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#5
so for nottingham lace its a killswitch, and maybe reverb? and maybe whammy pedal?

which comment goes to which song?
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#6
I'm not postive but I think

Jordan is a digatech whammy (oct up)and an envelope filter
NL is a auto wah or envelope filter
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#7
What is sympathy for the devil?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mM-VvLvmV6o @ 2:55...what makes it so, umm..piercing? idk if thats the right word...but what is he using at 2:55 and 4:50
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#8
Sounds like a fuzz into an overdriven tube amp to me
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#10
I always thought that on Sympathy for the Devil, the sheer eq-ing of the solo suggests a wah pedal was used.
#12
I've seen the vid of buckethead playing jordan live, he doesn't strum, he just uses alot of hammer ons and pull offs with the kill switch, with overdrive.
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#13
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^Harsh fuzz with a wah in the toe down position sounds like it would work.


Yeah, its the closest I've got to it. I would say Keith used a telecaster, but he was into his Les Paul custom period then, and on the video of them in the studio playing Sympathy, he's got his psychedelic Les Paul custom plugged into a Vox stack.