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Ayen
post Sep 6 2007, 04:10 AM
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I was listening to The Fire the Fury earlier, trying to learn the solo about halfway through, and I couldn't quite figure out which distortion he was using. It's a pretty simple "Wah" sort of sound, but I don't know the exact name of it. I've got a PocketPOD and Zoom 505 Guitar Distortion pedal, so I can probably reproduce this exact sound. Does anyone know what kind of distortion that is?

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MickeM
post Sep 6 2007, 04:52 AM
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Do you mean that "wah" sound he starts a phrase with? I'm guess it's just that, a wah, he kicks it and release it, then foot off.
Just guessing. Maybe we get more suggestions.

And the Zoom 505 is not a distortion pedal, it's a multi effects pedal. That's why I'm guessing when you refer to which distortion he use you don't mean that but which effect rather.

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post Sep 6 2007, 05:14 AM
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Woops sorry, meant to write "Effect Pedal" but ended up writing "Distortion pedal", I was looking at a few online, I guess thats what did it. laugh.gif


I see, I guess I'll have to test out a bunch of things and see if I get the sound. Thanks!

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