I've obtained a 01 mexican strat that I basicly took aside, and rebuilt with Fender Texas Special opt for ups, new wiring, and pots. I changed the rosewood neck with an Warmoth quarter-sawn maple neck with jumbo frets, a graphite nut, Planet Waves locking tuners, and I string it with Ernie Ball .011 strings. My well amp is an 03 or 04 Fender Blues Jr. My pedals (so as from guitar to amp), a Boss Compression/Sustain, 2 daisy chained Ibanez TS-nine Tubescreamers, and a Boss CE-five Chorus. I've obtained a couple of different stomp-packing containers that I will use each as soon as in a blue moon.......a Guyatone Fuzz pedal, a Digitech Metal grasp , a noisey Crybaby wah and a few Phase pedal that sucks. But they not often see the sunshine of day in recent times
1. can different effect pedal be hooked up to a multi effects processors?
i think you can. pretty sure kurt cobain did the same thing. lol idk if anything is gonna blow up or not. not responsible:)
2. I have a Line 6 Spider III 15 Amp and I'm looking for what foot effect pedal would be good with this?
All consequences artwork with all amps. i exploit all Fulltone pedals for my area apart from my TC digital pedal tuner. i admire Fulltone products. i exploit their OCD, Plimsoul and complete-rigidity II distortions, Clyde Wah and Supa-Trem tremolo. those are the only consequences i exploit different than reverb that's an on board result on all of my amps.
3. which multi effect pedal for guitar should i get?
I do not know much about guitars and guitar-related things. But my boyfriend has a Roland/BOSS GT-8 and his friend a Roland/BOSS GT-10. Great pedals that you can do a LOT with- his friend also has a Delay pedal.
4. What Effect Pedal does Principe (RiseAgainst's Bassist) use to get that "crisp" bass sound?
I dont know what he uses, but to get a bright sound you need: New strings. Prefferebly Steel. D'Addario steel's are awesome. Punch your mids and highs up on your EQ Active Pick Ups help a great deal. EMG's are in most of my basses. A Compressor will just make it lounder, and the sustainer will have lilltle to do with tone...
5. multi effect pedal help!!!?
Hey, thanks Bob. I had no idea what he was talking about. I thought this was the next generation of pedals to replace the good ol' clippless system
6. what is a good distortion/effect pedal for a beginner guitar player?
I was in your exact position. To tell you the truth, pedals are not required unless you are a gigging musician. Beginners do not need pedals at all, because they can live off their guitar amp's clean and distortion channels. I think you need a pedal when you become more intermediate, or when you actually know what good/bad tone is. Most beginners have 15 watt amps. Usually, these amps have pretty crappy distortion. This was when I bought my first distortion pedal. The pedal's distortion sound so much better than my amp's. Also, you can get some pedals at the point you are dedicated, and want to experiment with new sounds and effects
7. Danelectro D-3 FAB Metal Effect Pedal?
Fab Metal Pedal
8. What guitar effect pedal is used in these videos?
He is using the standard red DigiTech Whammy pedal and a volume pedal. the two guitarists are harmonizing quite a bit during the leads, meaning that one may play a third higher or and octave lower or something. That "hollow" sound that Josh Homme is making during the first video is most likely a result of his guitar. It is a hollow body. It looks like both guitarists have the same digitech whammy pedal and a volume pedal. It's hard to say which volume pedal, maybe the Ernie Ball one...
9. guitar effect pedal help?
the gas pedal to your car
10. Should I get a multi-effect pedal like a Boss GT-100(or GT-10), or should I just get several analog effect pedals for guitar?
I used to use a lot of pedals and then eventually used rack mount effects. After many years of gigging I was able to reconcile my effects use to simply a good amp distortion and a chorus and delay pedal. I also use a volume pedal for some gigs. Just because there are hundreds of effects pedals available out there does not mean you need to use them. A good multi pedal may be the best way to go because as you add more pedals you are also adding noise and possible ways for your rig to malfunction. Bottom line is you have a good sound now and are happy with it do not feel obligated to add stuff you really do not need