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Unread 08-05-2013, 05:44 PM   #1
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If you wanted "worship tone" from one pedal, what would you use?

And by "worship tone" I mean overdrive/delay with a little reverb.

In reality, I use a Belcat DLY303, get my drive from my amp, and get my reverb from our auditorium. However, this pedal intrigues me. Drive, delay and reverb in one box, but no effects other than that.

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Unread 08-05-2013, 06:08 PM   #2
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What? You said nothing about multi-FX pedals.
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What? You said nothing about multi-FX pedals.
Agreed. I'm just relying on some people who don't like them to pipe up
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Agreed. I'm just relying on some people who don't like them to pipe up
My thought would be to get whatever delay works for you with a two-channel amp with reverb
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Unread 08-05-2013, 07:35 PM   #5
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Agreed. I'm just relying on some people who don't like them to pipe up
Hey, it comes preset with a "The Edge" tone. I can play any worship song with that alone.
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I gotta have marshall crunch, an at least 'kinda' clean sound, some delay, and I really enjoy a phaser for the warbly pretty stuff. I have so got to get my smallstone working again, I miss it dearly
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I love how you can push the Blues Jr into overdrive with the volume and master volume knobs. It also has the spring reverb on it. Add a delay (I use the DD20) and you can quote a bit of sound selection. The DD20 will do anything from Edge dotted eighths to a chorus sound to an ambient to even univibe.
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Hey, it comes preset with a "The Edge" tone. I can play any worship song with that alone.
This man speaks truth, if its got an edge preset. You probably are set since alot of worship music these days has edge derivative tones. IMO its kind of a boring tangent that worship guitar players have been on for several years but alas when your at church you basically playing cover tunes so being derivative comes with the territory. Not that you can't make it your own of course but as with any cover band the worship leader ("leader of the band") and the audience are going to want to hear certain touchstones that are in the original piece and rhythm guitar tones are one of those. So yeah anything with a decent overdrive and delay will get you 90 percent of the way.
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I actually use more Coldplay-esque sounds than Edge tones. People may say they're the same, but in reality they are quite different. I really like playing a lot of older Redman stuff using open chords with my Strat's bridge and neck pickups. Sounds a lot more like "Shiver" and "Yellow" than "Streets" IMO.
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I'm enjoying all these musings and all, but has anyone got any comments about the pedal I linked to in the first post?
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I'm enjoying all these musings and all, but has anyone got any comments about the pedal I linked to in the first post?
I like the idea of it, but I don't know if it really warrants that price point. I suppose boutique versions of each of those, individually, would add up quickly though.
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I like the idea of it, but I don't know if it really warrants that price point. I suppose boutique versions of each of those, individually, would add up quickly though.
Yeah. The clips I've listened to sounded really good, and they reckon that you can't tell the reverb from a blackface fender. The reverb itself could probably fetch a high price.

It's interesting seeing pedals that aren't really multieffects in that you don't have a huge array of effects available, but instead just combine two or three effects in a (hopefully) tasteful way. I like them in that there's good consideration of what combination of effects is appropriate, and they do a few things well rather than shoehorning in as many features as possible. The strymon flint is another good example.
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