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which delay pedal??

Discussion in 'The Absence' started by alecmetal, May 1, 2006.

  1. alecmetal

    alecmetal New Metal Member

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    i use 5150+TS+emgZW...

    but which delay pedal would u advice me???
     
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    heavenablaze Where The Baptized Drown

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    i reccommend a boss dd-3.
     
  3. Mark_Palangio

    Mark_Palangio On The Fields Of Life

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    Guyatone MD-3
     
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    Foggy New Metal Member

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    I have Zoom 505II pedal and i wanna to give my guitar the same sound like The Absence guitars sound.Can anyone help me?
    I am in C tuning...
     
  5. Mark_Palangio

    Mark_Palangio On The Fields Of Life

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    That pedal isn't going to emulate any professionally recorded tones well. Save up some cash and invest in a nice high gain tube amp and then you will be there.
     
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    Foggy New Metal Member

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    Okay,thanks.I was just wondering if i can go somewhere close to that sound.But now i'm going to spend some cash on your advice.
     
  7. Mark_Palangio

    Mark_Palangio On The Fields Of Life

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    Save up about $600 and you can score a used Peavey 5150 combo. The 5150 does Swede metal stuff better than any amp IMO. Engl's are real nice for stuff like that too, but much more expensive.
     
  8. Foggy

    Foggy New Metal Member

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    Well,that was my intention on the beginning.And now i'm short on cash but i will be proud owner someday.:headbang:
     
  9. Mark_Palangio

    Mark_Palangio On The Fields Of Life

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    Good deal, I love 5150's. :headbang:

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  10. ihave27frets

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    As far as pedals go the Maxon AD-999 is a great sounding delay and so is a T-Rex Replica, in my rig currently I use a TC Electronics G Major for delay.
     

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