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pink floyd-live at pompeii

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by beaumcrunner, Apr 6, 2005.


  1. beaumcrunner

    beaumcrunner

    Dec 24, 2004
    lokking at the dvd film the other day and was wondering if anyone know what roger waters was using throughout the show. maybe a flanger? different strings?
     
  2. Different strings to what? :confused:
     
  3. beaumcrunner

    beaumcrunner

    Dec 24, 2004
    it sounds different-im not a pro at this. maybe cuz he used a pick?
     
  4. g04t

    g04t

    Aug 16, 2004
    Sunnyvale, CA
    I THINK IT WSA A BASE AND SOMETIMSE A MIC TO
     
  5. johnvice

    johnvice

    Sep 7, 2004
    My VHS of this was getting worn so the DVD came out just in time !

    The DVD inspired me to do "One of These Days" in my band. As the two bass issue from the studio version is handled okay with one bass live.

    If anyone plays this, I'd be interested in knowing what delay settings you use. (I.e. number of repeats, milliseconds.)
     
  6. dadodetres

    dadodetres

    Dec 19, 2004
    URUGUAY
    qAHHHHH

    that DVD is the best show i`v seen!!!! its just exelent.

    dont know what rig he uses, but sure its a presicion, sometimes wit ha pick, sometimes without, sometomes a delay, and sometmes a nasty boost (maybe hard picking)
     
  7. i also have the DVD, and for me it's pure genious.
    If it were a CD, it would the best Pink Floyd CD for me.
    Mot of all the pink floyd stuff I like the early thinks. especially a saucerful of secrets.
    Roger waters is a great bassist and was a big influence for me.
    hmm.. but I couldn't find a special effect used by him on Pompeii..
    no flanger or something like that. just the delay as all mentioned.
     
  8. Pablofe

    Pablofe

    Mar 7, 2011
    Santiago, Chile
    ANYBODY HAS ANY IDEA??
     
  9. What I always use is 330ms, an analog sim if possible, and tweak it to around 6 or 7 repeats.