#1
I'm purchasing an acoustic-electric in a few weeks and was wondering what effect pedals really go with acoustics. I'm thinking of John Butler type set ups. I've already got an Ibanez Weeping Demon, Digitech delay, Marshall Vibrotrem, Digitech Bass Driver, which I plan to play round with, but wanted a bit more variety and versatility.

Cheers, Jb.
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#4
reverb and chorus.
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#5
Get some tremolo going, make sure it's on of the adjustable one's though(most of them are) if you get it going slow enough you can imitate a Leslie speaker, it sounds pretty sweet on an acoustic
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#6
i dont think you should need any effects for acoustic, perhaps if you have no control of your picking dynamics get a compressor.
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#7
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i dont think you should need any effects for acoustic, perhaps if you have no control of your picking dynamics get a compressor.



Thanks guys, I forgot to add I already have an Ibanez CH7 Chorus flange pedal, and a tremolo. In terms of picking dynamics, Ive got control, Im just really into having a range of effects to produce background sounds/forefront lines with my acoustic gig mate.

But thanks, a compressor would go well. Any other pedal suggestions chea_man?
#8
this isnt for guitar, however, if you sing, i suggest a harmonizer. it add 2 3 and 4 part harmonies along with your singing voice in real time. very cool for solo acoustic/singing gigs.
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Quote by chea_man
this isnt for guitar, however, if you sing, i suggest a harmonizer. it add 2 3 and 4 part harmonies along with your singing voice in real time. very cool for solo acoustic/singing gigs.



Yeah I am a singer and actually watched a few vids of the digitech harmonizer on youtube the other day and it sounded really good, I might invest, thanks for the reminder.
#10
^check out TC helicon, they have guitar, vocal and vocal correction harmonizers.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/navigation?q=vocal&st=


i haven't been able to try one yet, but they seem really fun and easy to use.
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