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Can anyone get this effect?
Old 17th March 2011
  #1
Gear Maniac
 

Can anyone get this effect?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncIuG6TRaL4

I know he's using tremelo on the guitar, but he seems to be gating it into sequences, not as simple as just hitting the pedal. If you listen, the rhythm kind of changes throughout. Anyone gave any idea? I can do it in the studio by chopping up regions, but I'd really like to be able to do it on the fly.

BTW can someone explain how to embed youtube videos? It never works when I try it.
Old 17th March 2011
  #2
Gear Guru
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by El-Roy View Post
YouTube - Pearl Jam - You Are (Philly '09)

I know he's using tremelo on the guitar. But he seems to be gating it into sequences, not as simple as just hitting the pedal. Anyone gave any idea?
no but maybe someone can get this effect:



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Old 17th March 2011
  #3
Gear Maniac
 

Haha thanks man!
Old 17th March 2011
  #4
Gear Nut
 
lejon's Avatar
 

Hmm, after listening a couple of seconds it sounds like basic killswitch operation.. Guitar Killswitch

Old 17th March 2011
  #5
Gear Maniac
 

Thanks man I'll check it out. It didn't know they sold these, I always thought Tom Morello made a custom switch on his guitar for muting.
Old 17th March 2011
  #6
Arpeggiator pedal is what it sounds like to me.
Old 17th March 2011
  #7
Gear Nut
 
lejon's Avatar
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by El-Roy View Post
Thanks man I'll check it out. It didn't know they sold these, I always thought Tom Morello made a custom switch on his guitar for muting.
I don't know if anyone is selling them. You just go to an electronics store and buy a switch and solder two wires - that's it.
Old 17th March 2011
  #8
Gear Maniac
 

Gotcha!
Old 17th March 2011
  #9
Gear Maniac
 

I thought of an arpeggiator but it's not a straight constant rhythm. And I've never seen a guitar pedal that does that. Thanks for all the suggestions.
Old 17th March 2011
  #10
Gear Nut
 
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I got an interesting idea...
If you buy a crappy stepped drum sequencer and hook it into a noise gate side chain input and use that noise gate as FX-send/return for guitar it would chop the guitar based on the stepped sequence.

That would be cool.
Old 17th March 2011
  #11
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I'd go for a sequencer controlled gate effect. The drummer keeping that time in the break section seems to indicate that sort of thing....
Old 17th March 2011
  #12
Gear Head
 

I haven't fully investigated it, but...

I get very similar sinc controlled effects from my Adrenalinn III.
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