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Old 03-14-2018, 10:35 AM
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As I keep saying I don't hear any slide work going on in Savoy Truffle.
Yes, I've noticed. Go look back at my previous posts.. everyone says that I'm not trying to mimic George's tone, I only want to figure out how they pitched the guitar to the register of a fly (if that really even happened)
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Yes, I've noticed. Go look back at my previous posts.. everyone says that I'm not trying to mimic George's tone, I only want to figure out how they pitched the guitar to the register of a fly (if that really even happened)
Now you're confusing things - the phrase was 'pitched to a dentist's drill' and you're the one talking about a buzzing fly guitar tone.

As I alluded to before I think that phrase is just a figure of speech and doesn't really mean anything. Besides flies buzz at all different frequencies to begin with.
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Now you're confusing things - the phrase was 'pitched to a dentist's drill' and you're the one talking about a buzzing fly guitar tone.

As I alluded to before I think that phrase is just a figure of speech and doesn't really mean anything. Besides flies buzz at all different frequencies to begin with.
Haha. Although, I was referring to the comment a few posts up, about George not using a slide on the song.

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Distortion, very high high-pass filtering and upper register whammy bar depressions?

Oh, and auto panned from side to side like it's flyin' by.

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