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Which pedal(s) should I get?
Old 21st September 2019
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Which pedal(s) should I get?

Hi guys!

After 10+ years of not buying gear and not playing much guitar, I'm starting back.
I never bought any reverb/delay/echo pedals.



I'm looking for something to reproduce this type of sound:


1st exemple (4:30-5:00)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuqCmO_WyJw


2nd exemple (1:52 to 2:33)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8z6sOiVI_Fw






1st Is it really made by a delay pedal/echo pedal? Am I wrong assuming this? (Maybe combined with some type of reverb?)

2nd What would be your recommendations?


Thanks!
Old 21st September 2019
  #2
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2nd example is delay and reverb.

1st example might be a sustainer type of pedal I didn’t hear delay but it’s a live show and I’m listening on my phone. ehx freeze for example for sustainer, probably an octaver or whammy mixed in for that kind of more synth sound.
As far as delay, can’t really go wrong with a good ole boss dd7. Probably recommend boss reverb too. Unless you’re not really on a budget, then go Strymon.
You could do an eventide h9 max and probbaly get close to this with. Or a big multi Fx from line 6, hdx or helix. I’d make sure they have an octaver.
If you really need the freeze pedal I think it’s only $129.
But I mean if your amp is up loud enough and/or you boost your signal enough the feedback will likely get you close enough.


Oh I just watched again and 5:10 ish definitely looks like there’s a line 6 delay modeler from early 2000’s on his board.
That’s a good one too!
Old 22nd September 2019
  #3
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I get all the sounds I need from an mpx1 a Dyna comp and a wah. playing out since 78.
Old 23rd September 2019
  #4
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Thanks for your input.

I didn't know much about those sustainer type of pedals. Will take a look for sure.

For now, I have my eyes on a Dispatch Master (reverb/delay combined pedal)
It seems it might get me into those territories I'm looking for...


Thanks!
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