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Stone's You Are Effect

Guitarhero27Guitarhero27 Posts: 2,144
edited December 2007 in Musicians and Gearheads
Alright, GTW says it's a Sansamp Classic & Rhythm machine....I can't find any info on it. Other than just tremolo, does anyone know if there is a non-midi drum machine out there that will accept a guitar input?

Thanks

_Seth
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  • Info on it:

    The Sansamp Classic is discontinued. Stone (and Matt in the studio) both use strats on this. The delay is set my Matt before the song when he counts it off. I don't think Stone has anything to do with the delay effect. I think it's acutally placed next to Matt.
    Grand Rapids '04, Detroit '06
    JEFF HARDY AND JEFF AMENT USED TO LOOK THE SAME
    "Pearl Jam always eases my mind and fires me up at the same time.”-Jeff Hardy
  • what about the drum machine it goes through?
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  • I dont know what the exact one is, I'm sorry
    Grand Rapids '04, Detroit '06
    JEFF HARDY AND JEFF AMENT USED TO LOOK THE SAME
    "Pearl Jam always eases my mind and fires me up at the same time.”-Jeff Hardy
  • Alright....I picked up an original Sansamp (the classic is a reissue)....and figured out the other machine is a Korg ER-1 Electribe.

    Now it's a matter of programming a similiar pattern and fine tune the sansamp for the sound. (The picture from GTW shows the knob settings on the sansamp, BUT there are 8 little buttons or so on the front/middle of it)

    Anyone have experience with either the sansamp classic/original or Korg ER-1?

    Thanks

    -Seth
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  • Just compiling some info for myself on here...I will tackle this song.


    "You Are": One of the strangest sounding Pearl Jam songs ever, featuring reverb-soaked guitar riffing and a funky, strutting beat. A middle break finds Vedder in multi-tracked falsetto repeating the title phrase, while McCready's guitar emits psychedelic, seagull-like tones during the outtro.

    Gossard: It's a drum pattern, but you plug your guitar into it. So instead of the pattern being the drum sound, the guitar sounds pop up every time something hits. Three different patterns over three different parts. Matt Cameron came up with that and it was a moment of inspiration, for sure.
    McCready: Perspiration for me! I was blown away by it. It kind of reminded me a little of the Cure maybe, or something that this band has never really experimented with before. I was real excited and proud to play that song to all my friends, you know, "Check this one out! This is a way different kind of vibe."
    Cameron: I just recorded that at home. I had written just a couple of riffs, stringing them together like I always do. I had gotten a new drum machine that allows you to make up patterns and then they'll play through whatever audio instrument you plug in. It was more of an experiment to use the parameters of this machine as well. It came out really cool and the guys really liked it. I took my machine down to the studio, dumped it into the computer, and did an arrangement. Eddie finished up the small bit of lyrics I had written for it.
    Ament: You know what that song reminds me of, and not just how when a song is written around an effect? [The Smiths'] "How Soon Is Now." It totally has that kind of vibe to it.
    Cameron: Yeah. I wasn't planning on that. But after we did, it was like, "Wow. This is my 'How Soon Is Now!' Yes!" They kept all my rhythm guitar parts. I added another rhythm guitar part at the studio. The guitar and drums are me.
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