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TONE NAME: Floyd Money Solo

  • Created with: HX Effects
  • Author:
  • Song:
    Money Solo 1 2 and 3
  • Band:
    Pink Floyd
  • Guitarist:
    David Gilmour
  • Guitar:
    Fender Stratocaster
  • Tuning/Strings:
    Standard turning
  • Style:
    Style of David Gilmour 70's sound
  • Date: 3/14/21
  • Downloads: 873
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  • Comments:
    Pink Floyd David Gilmour - Money Solo 1, 2 and 3. I have built this Preset tone using information I have gained from Gilmourish, kindly written by Bjorn Riis….. The Preset tone is made up from the following effects - {{ Noise Gate >>> Red squeeze (compression) >>> Arbitrator Fuzz ( to replicate the Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face) >>> Colour Drive (to replicate Colour Sound Power Boost) >>> 10 Band EQ (to remove some of the lower and mid frequencies) >>> Transistor Tape (to replicate the Binson echo) }}. I have set the Preset up using Snapshots. Solo 1 and 3 are the same. Solo 2 I have removed the echo and turned down the drive, treble and output slightly on the Colour Drive. If you are using snapshots I have set it up so snapshot 1 and 3 are identical and snapshot 2 and 4 are identical. Snapshots 1 and 3 are called Solo 1 – 3 and Snapshot 2 and 4 are called Solo 2. The theory is you press up or down at the end of solo 1 or 2 you will be on the correct snapshot and tone (hope this makes sense).

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