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Old 07-17-2017, 03:13 AM   #1
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Bullet The Blue Sky effects (Studio/Zoo TV)

Hey, I could have sworn there was a thread for this before but I can't seem to find it.

Does anyone know what pedals The Edge was using on both the studio and Zoo TV versions of Bullet? Particularly the overdrives/distortions.
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Old 07-17-2017, 11:12 PM   #2
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i know this is not really the place to say this, but how was meeting Cobbler?
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Have no info though I'd love to know. Especially what he's stomping on just as he enters his solo on the Sydney DVD. He goes from overdriven to distorted/wah - but what's that distortion?
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Didn't he use the Big Muff for this one?
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Didn't he use the Big Muff for this one?
Is that so? That's so cool. With all the jiggery pokery in his gear bag he still makes awesome use of every day pedals.
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Bro it was a standard blues tone, of course Muff would work
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Also his rig in 1992 was relatively simpler then before it coalesced into the Twin Towers of Sonic Doom that we saw from Elevation onwards.
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also around that point people weren't that much of tone nuts and there weren't as many distortion pedals available, i assume. i don't think there was like, trillions of Big Muff variant then.
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also around that point people weren't that much of tone nuts and there weren't as many distortion pedals available, i assume. i don't think there was like, trillions of Big Muff variant then.
People were still tone nuts. But you're right - there wasn't as much of a market as there is now.
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