#1
This may sound cheesy, but how can I get the tone from R.E.M.'s What's the Frequency Kenneth? We're going to cover it, and I can't figure out what that sound is... someone told me it's a "leslie" speaker. What does that mean?
#3
A Leslie means the speaker is rotating in the cabinet. It's not really as cool as it sounds, IMO.

There are some pedals that try to reproduce it. Though I'm not sure of their quality. Dunlop and I think Vox have some.
#4
It could be a leslie, but I think just a good distorted tone and a tremolo would work just fine.
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#5
To me it sounds like a boost to some mid-high frequencies. Like whatever chord he plays, the guitar overtones are coming out much stronger.

Try an EQ pedal.
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