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Violanted

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Hey All

For this song you require Tremolo and a lots of reverbe

Now obviously so far in 8 mnths I reached begineer level and I can play decently many beginener songs but having concentrate so far on playing Guitars and learning I left apart the fat that eventually I need to get some gear

I have the passion to built Tube Guitar Amps I have built 18 Watts, Madmam Amp Fender 5F1 and Fender 5F3

So far I soild some and own Madmam Amp which is a

Madamp M15Mk1 is a two-channel 15W guitar tube amp with "british" sound, providing the following features:

Two channels with independent volume and tone controls
Push/Pull power amp with 15W into 8 Ohm or 16 Ohm
Channel 1 is based on the Marshall 18W with additional "Fat" switch (Bass Boost). It provides power amp distortion at higher volumes (Clean at lower volumes).
Channel 2 is based on the Marshall JTM, but provides more gain. It provides preamp distortion at low volumes.

The Second Amp is Fender 5F3 Deluxe everytone know this one

In addition I have a Demon Tube Screamer Overdrive Normally I play some Blues Songs a Classic Rock, easy songs

For this one how can I achieve the Tremolo effect and a lots of Reverb I definately need a new pedal? Right any suggestions? Sorry I have partiall knowledage Electronics is good but when it comes to new gear I am exploring options

Thanks

Dave Mojo

davide.violante@rockers.rocks

www.rockers.rocks

Netheralnds

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Hey All

For this song you require Tremolo and a lots of reverbe

Now obviously so far in 8 mnths I reached begineer level and I can play decently many beginener songs but having concentrate so far on playing Guitars and learning I left apart the fat that eventually I need to get some gear

I have the passion to built Tube Guitar Amps I have built 18 Watts, Madmam Amp Fender 5F1 and Fender 5F3

So far I soild some and own Madmam Amp which is a

Madamp M15Mk1 is a two-channel 15W guitar tube amp with "british" sound, providing the following features:

Two channels with independent volume and tone controls
Push/Pull power amp with 15W into 8 Ohm or 16 Ohm
Channel 1 is based on the Marshall 18W with additional "Fat" switch (Bass Boost). It provides power amp distortion at higher volumes (Clean at lower volumes).
Channel 2 is based on the Marshall JTM, but provides more gain. It provides preamp distortion at low volumes.

The Second Amp is Fender 5F3 Deluxe everytone know this one

In addition I have a Demon Tube Screamer Overdrive Normally I play some Blues Songs a Classic Rock, easy songs

For this one how can I achieve the Tremolo effect and a lots of Reverb I definately need a new pedal? Right any suggestions? Sorry I have partiall knowledage Electronics is good but when it comes to new gear I am exploring options

Thanks

Dave Mojo

davide.violante@rockers.rocks

www.rockers.rocks

Netheralnds

ChristopherSchlegel

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Posts: 7689

Originally Posted by: Violanted

For this song you require Tremolo and a lots of reverbe

Yes, and a fuzz effect for the solo.

Originally Posted by: Violanted

For this one how can I achieve the Tremolo effect and a lots of Reverb I definately need a new pedal?

You can get each effects unit as a separate pedal. Or you get all those effects in an all-in-one type unit. And there are software versions of all of them as well. But I'm assuming you want a physical unit to plug into your amps.

Boss, MXR, Fender, Strymon, all make great tremolo pedals.

https://www.sweetwater.com/c973--Tremolo_Pedals

And reverb pedals.

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/search.php?s=reverb+pedals

They start at $25US & go up to hundreds of $!

Since you have some electronics knowledge you might consider building your own. You can get some nifty DIY kits these days.

https://buildyourownclone.com/

Another option is to get an all-in-one effects processor that could do everything. But that depends on your budget. I have one of these Zoom units.

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/MS50G--zoom-ms-50g-multistomp-multi-effects-pedal

It has a 47 modeled effects, 8 amp models, and speaker configurations. And you can combine & chain effects together & tweak all the settings. So I could use just that & get a tremolo, reverb, slap-back delay & a fuzz for the solo all in one box.

Don't forget the most important ingredient is the playing skills to play the right notes at the right time! Hope that helps!

Christopher Schlegel
Guitar Tricks Instructor

Christopher Schlegel Lesson Directory

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Originally Posted by: Violanted

For this song you require Tremolo and a lots of reverbe

Yes, and a fuzz effect for the solo.

Originally Posted by: Violanted

For this one how can I achieve the Tremolo effect and a lots of Reverb I definately need a new pedal?

You can get each effects unit as a separate pedal. Or you get all those effects in an all-in-one type unit. And there are software versions of all of them as well. But I'm assuming you want a physical unit to plug into your amps.

Boss, MXR, Fender, Strymon, all make great tremolo pedals.

https://www.sweetwater.com/c973--Tremolo_Pedals

And reverb pedals.

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/search.php?s=reverb+pedals

They start at $25US & go up to hundreds of $!

Since you have some electronics knowledge you might consider building your own. You can get some nifty DIY kits these days.

https://buildyourownclone.com/

Another option is to get an all-in-one effects processor that could do everything. But that depends on your budget. I have one of these Zoom units.

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/MS50G--zoom-ms-50g-multistomp-multi-effects-pedal

It has a 47 modeled effects, 8 amp models, and speaker configurations. And you can combine & chain effects together & tweak all the settings. So I could use just that & get a tremolo, reverb, slap-back delay & a fuzz for the solo all in one box.

Don't forget the most important ingredient is the playing skills to play the right notes at the right time! Hope that helps!

Christopher Schlegel
Guitar Tricks Instructor

Christopher Schlegel Lesson Directory

DraconusJLM

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I personally wouldn't recommend buying effect pedals just to copy one song (although I have literally lost count of the number I own).

I can recommend the Boss TR2. (You can also get the tone for the intro to boulevard of broken dreams if you combine this with overdrive)

My favourite reverb pedals are the Polara (which is discontinued), or Strymon Big Sky (pretty expensive, so only if you need what this can do).

Fuzz pedals can be hit and miss, and can sound great with one guitar, and then suck with another. Big Muffs tend to be good.

As an alternative to a fuzz, I'd recommend the Boss Blues Driver, which can go from slight overdrive to borderline fuzz distortion (so gives a greater choice of distortion than a pure fuzz pedal).

I wish this forum had a "block user" feature. Possibly I'm not the only one......

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I personally wouldn't recommend buying effect pedals just to copy one song (although I have literally lost count of the number I own).

I can recommend the Boss TR2. (You can also get the tone for the intro to boulevard of broken dreams if you combine this with overdrive)

My favourite reverb pedals are the Polara (which is discontinued), or Strymon Big Sky (pretty expensive, so only if you need what this can do).

Fuzz pedals can be hit and miss, and can sound great with one guitar, and then suck with another. Big Muffs tend to be good.

As an alternative to a fuzz, I'd recommend the Boss Blues Driver, which can go from slight overdrive to borderline fuzz distortion (so gives a greater choice of distortion than a pure fuzz pedal).

I wish this forum had a "block user" feature. Possibly I'm not the only one......

Violanted

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Joined: 03/21/21

Posts: 48

Originally Posted by: ChristopherSchlegel
Originally Posted by: Violanted

For this song you require Tremolo and a lots of reverbe

Yes, and a fuzz effect for the solo.

Originally Posted by: Violanted

For this one how can I achieve the Tremolo effect and a lots of Reverb I definately need a new pedal?

You can get each effects unit as a separate pedal. Or you get all those effects in an all-in-one type unit. And there are software versions of all of them as well. But I'm assuming you want a physical unit to plug into your amps.

Boss, MXR, Fender, Strymon, all make great tremolo pedals.

https://www.sweetwater.com/c973--Tremolo_Pedals

And reverb pedals.

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/search.php?s=reverb+pedals

They start at $25US & go up to hundreds of $!

Since you have some electronics knowledge you might consider building your own. You can get some nifty DIY kits these days.

https://buildyourownclone.com/

Another option is to get an all-in-one effects processor that could do everything. But that depends on your budget. I have one of these Zoom units.

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/MS50G--zoom-ms-50g-multistomp-multi-effects-pedal

It has a 47 modeled effects, 8 amp models, and speaker configurations. And you can combine & chain effects together & tweak all the settings. So I could use just that & get a tremolo, reverb, slap-back delay & a fuzz for the solo all in one box.

Don't forget the most important ingredient is the playing skills to play the right notes at the right time! Hope that helps!

thanks a lot

I full agree that obviously playing right notes at the right time is a must before anything.

i have been playing piano keyboard organ since nearly 15 years now so timings sense or rhythm and notes accuracy is something that is part integrated of my musical experience I have good musical theory musical knowledge.

guitar however is new my band mates play guitar and I am affascinated by this instrument

I would buy this do you think is good enough to start with?

Zoom Multistomp MS-70 CDR

Dave Mojo

davide.violante@rockers.rocks

www.rockers.rocks

Netheralnds

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Originally Posted by: ChristopherSchlegel
Originally Posted by: Violanted

For this song you require Tremolo and a lots of reverbe

Yes, and a fuzz effect for the solo.

Originally Posted by: Violanted

For this one how can I achieve the Tremolo effect and a lots of Reverb I definately need a new pedal?

You can get each effects unit as a separate pedal. Or you get all those effects in an all-in-one type unit. And there are software versions of all of them as well. But I'm assuming you want a physical unit to plug into your amps.

Boss, MXR, Fender, Strymon, all make great tremolo pedals.

https://www.sweetwater.com/c973--Tremolo_Pedals

And reverb pedals.

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/search.php?s=reverb+pedals

They start at $25US & go up to hundreds of $!

Since you have some electronics knowledge you might consider building your own. You can get some nifty DIY kits these days.

https://buildyourownclone.com/

Another option is to get an all-in-one effects processor that could do everything. But that depends on your budget. I have one of these Zoom units.

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/MS50G--zoom-ms-50g-multistomp-multi-effects-pedal

It has a 47 modeled effects, 8 amp models, and speaker configurations. And you can combine & chain effects together & tweak all the settings. So I could use just that & get a tremolo, reverb, slap-back delay & a fuzz for the solo all in one box.

Don't forget the most important ingredient is the playing skills to play the right notes at the right time! Hope that helps!

thanks a lot

I full agree that obviously playing right notes at the right time is a must before anything.

i have been playing piano keyboard organ since nearly 15 years now so timings sense or rhythm and notes accuracy is something that is part integrated of my musical experience I have good musical theory musical knowledge.

guitar however is new my band mates play guitar and I am affascinated by this instrument

I would buy this do you think is good enough to start with?

Zoom Multistomp MS-70 CDR

Dave Mojo

davide.violante@rockers.rocks

www.rockers.rocks

Netheralnds

ChristopherSchlegel

Guitar Tricks Instructor

Joined: 08/09/05

Posts: 7689

You're welcome!

Originally Posted by: Violanted

I would buy this do you think is good enough to start with?


Zoom Multistomp MS-70 CDR

That one looks like it has a lot of chorus, reverb & modulation effects options (including tremolo). In fact it looks like it focuses on many varieties of those types of effects.

https://zoomcorp.com/en/ca/multi-effects/multistomp-pedals/ms-70cdr/

However, it's does not seem to include any fuzz or overdrive options. The one I linked has more types, including overdrives & fuzz, filters.

https://zoomcorp.com/en/ca/multi-effects/multistomp-pedals/ms-50g/

So, the MS-70 has fewer types of effects, but more models & varieties of those types. While the MS-50 has more types of effects but few models & varieties.

Hope that helps!

Christopher Schlegel
Guitar Tricks Instructor

Christopher Schlegel Lesson Directory

#5

You're welcome!

Originally Posted by: Violanted

I would buy this do you think is good enough to start with?


Zoom Multistomp MS-70 CDR

That one looks like it has a lot of chorus, reverb & modulation effects options (including tremolo). In fact it looks like it focuses on many varieties of those types of effects.

https://zoomcorp.com/en/ca/multi-effects/multistomp-pedals/ms-70cdr/

However, it's does not seem to include any fuzz or overdrive options. The one I linked has more types, including overdrives & fuzz, filters.

https://zoomcorp.com/en/ca/multi-effects/multistomp-pedals/ms-50g/

So, the MS-70 has fewer types of effects, but more models & varieties of those types. While the MS-50 has more types of effects but few models & varieties.

Hope that helps!

Christopher Schlegel
Guitar Tricks Instructor

Christopher Schlegel Lesson Directory