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Can someone tell me how I might recreate the sound of the guitar(s) in the intro of this song?

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Skold  
29 May 2008 14:18 | Quote
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaeLKhRnkhQ
highonbodominflames  
30 May 2008 08:41 | Quote
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id say lots of distortion and a little bit of chorus maybe...
telecrater  
30 May 2008 18:09 | Quote
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hollow bodied guitars with humbuckers, and a good overdriven tube amp
Doz  
31 May 2008 10:54 | Quote
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Tube overdrive, humbuckers, reverb, cut the bass a tiny bit and keep the middle and treble up I reckon.

Only had a quick listen though so I might not be that accurate.
Skold  
31 May 2008 10:56 | Quote
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Thanks for the help, fellers. When I get something that can emulate the Tube Overdrive, I'll get started on it, haha.


Also, lol, "Reckon". I thought only us Texans said that.
Doz  
31 May 2008 14:11 | Quote
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Haha, nar... lots of English people say that. What amp are you using Skold?
ThePusher  
31 May 2008 14:23 | Quote
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wait Doz people in England actually say yar and nar? I started saying them after I saw Hot Fuzz
Doz  
31 May 2008 15:01 | Quote
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I don't say yar much. Yeah and nar for me.
Skold  
31 May 2008 15:28 | Quote
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I don't use an amp. I run through a workstation (using phantom power), into my PC, and out of my PC speakers, and my bass speaker.
ThePusher  
31 May 2008 16:25 | Quote
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still man thats good to know cause I used to say nothing but Yar adn Nar and sometimes add a b after them like Yarb and Narb but I went a month only saying those everyone thought I had a stroke
Doz  
31 May 2008 16:35 | Quote
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...but with a 'B' after them they become so different from the original yes and no that they don't seem related at all. Lol, why would you go a month just saying those?
Skold  
31 May 2008 17:34 | Quote
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Alright, I tried to get it as close to the original as I could.

http://media.putfile.com/Cigarettes--Alcohol-Intro


Putfile seems to downgrade the audio quality, so keep in mind that it's not as distorted.
telecrater  
31 May 2008 18:33 | Quote
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way too much distortion
Doz  
31 May 2008 18:43 | Quote
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The distortion isn't smooth enough... it sounds horribly robotic.
les_paul  
31 May 2008 19:14 | Quote
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I agree
Skold  
31 May 2008 19:23 | Quote
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I think I might need to turn down the input sensitivity (in this case, think of it as Gain).
Doz  
31 May 2008 21:10 | Quote
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Well, you can tell it's not just a standard gain. Aren't you in a band by the way? What gear do you use in the band?
ThePusher  
31 May 2008 22:46 | Quote
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oh um I went a month only saying Yarb and Narb because it was the closest thing to a vow of silence I was gonna do, like I still typed other stuff but 90% of my spoken words were yar and nar
Doz  
31 May 2008 23:00 | Quote
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Mmmmm... why do a vow of silance?
ThePusher  
31 May 2008 23:02 | Quote
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um I kinda decided that until I got a girlfriend I wasn't gonna speak thank god one girl found that admirable and decided to date me


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