Could have easily cut out the blatant mistake at the beginning of this but thought it was an interesting illustration – it doesn’t ruin the track and this type of improv stuff is all about rolling with it. (not that I did it so well here, oh well)
The bulk of this track is built around a loop consisting of a cleanish guitar via the Tyler JT46. This has a touch of delay on it from a DD3 as well as the Count to Five playing some arpeggiated parts reversed and randomized a bit. About half way through I kick the loop down an octave and reverse it.
On top of the loop for the first half the lead is a clean blend / fuzz tone from the Beetronics Royal Jelly which is just a fantastic pedal in every way. So many sounds in this thing.
Second half lead shifts into a somewhat clean tone run through the Old Blood Noise Endeavors running 100% reversed. I then played with the panning on that guitar track in post.
– 1981 Gibson LP Custom
– Beetronics Royal Jelly
– Montreal Assembly // Count to Five
– Boss DD3
– Old Blood Noise Endeavors // Rever
– EHX // 2880 Looper
– Tyler Amps JT46
– Universal Audio // OX Amp-top-box