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Old 11-27-2009, 06:28 AM   #1
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Magnificent intro?

I'm not sure if this has been brought up, but I couldnt seem to find any info. In that interview about the White Les Paul recreation, Dallas mentions the use of some Death by Audio effects.

Take a listen at 2:14



Think that's it? I always thought it was just an octave unit.
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I'm not sure if this has been brought up, but I couldnt seem to find any info. In that interview about the White Les Paul recreation, Dallas mentions the use of some Death by Audio effects.

Take a listen at 2:14



Think that's it? I always thought it was just an octave unit.
Could be that (or another fuzz) and it seems that the Whammy pedal is in that tone too... used at an octave down - Taking it from the main note to an octave down.
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I have a DBA "Harmonic Transformer" that is shipping to me today. I found a great deal on e-Bay.

I'm looking forward to some Harmonic Transforming tone madness when it arrives.
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he's definetly using the digitech whammy in there.
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I have a DBA "Harmonic Transformer" that is shipping to me today. I found a great deal on e-Bay.

I'm looking forward to some Harmonic Transforming tone madness when it arrives.
Could you send me a detailed picture of your pedal circuit?
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he's definetly using the digitech whammy in there.


Octave down, it appears.
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