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Old 05-09-2005, 12:20 PM   #1
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Line 6 multi effect delay pedal

I just got this and i'm trying to figure out some edge delays. Anyone have this pedal and know some cool settings for it??? Thanx
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Old 05-23-2005, 11:24 AM   #4
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Ok, now I can post links. Who makes up these rules?

http://www.amnesta.net/edge_delay/

Very good site for Edge's delay. Use analog delay, like Deluxe Memory Man, for pre-Unforgettable Fire delays, and digital delay for anything else. Also, a good compressor helps.
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what exactly is compression and how is it different that sustain?
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good question....
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'sustain' is not an effect. compression is.
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The spirit of the Edge's guitar playing implores you to make up you own f'n sound.

But if you can't, I recommended the 'Stereo' effect.
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PS.

Compression is that bright clicky sound used on alot of pop singles and I suppose some Jazz stuff as well. Edge uses compression on "In a Little While" and alot of slide pieces.

Edge also uses the MXR Dyna Comp vintage model compression pedal...
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http://www.harmony-central.com/Effec...s/Compression/

Compression cuts out the highs and lows....

Ok I'm done.
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http://www.harmony-central.com/Effec...s/Compression/

Compression cuts out the highs and lows....

Ok I'm done.
Actually it's making the loud sounds quieter, and the quiet sounds louder, bringing everything closer to the same sound level.
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