Voodoo Child Slight Return is the final track on the 3rd and, unfortunately final 1968 studio album, Electric Ladyland, by the legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix. Originally Posted by jeremy.
Jimmie Page on Whole Lotta Love i think you've answered your own question on that one. No 'Whole Lotta Love' discussion would be complete without a few words about how the band created the array of oddball noises in the middle section, and Page gamely shared a few bits of information, saying, "I knew what I wanted, and I knew how to go about it.
That's one of the all-time best fuzz songs, IMHO. Jimmie Page on Whole Lotta Love as far as fuzz, didnt jimmy use a sola sound most of the time?
Help Save. And then, during the mix, with the aid of engineer Eddie Kramer, we did all the panning and added the effects, including using Low Frequency Oscillators on the tape machine to really pull the whole thing down and lift it back up so the sound is moving in rhythm. Natural distorion, yes.
The Theremin generates most of higher pitches and my Les Paul makes the lower sounds. There's no fuzz on there at all. Anyways Page rules!!!
I just can't seem to get enough of the live stuff lately. The delay time is rather quick at 270ms, feedback of 15 which is only a couple of repeats and level at 35. I created most of the sounds with a Theremin and my guitar. Last edited by Guitar Toad; 03-21-2007 at 11: Sphinx-based search.
Originally Posted by Skarekrough. Tech experts from Seymour Duncan are regularly on this forum, and are clearly labeled as employees of Seymour Duncan. Also the Supro was a Thunderbolt from what I have always read. The classic fuzz…. It was during this time that some of the most influential bands in history were formed, releasing albums and songs that still resonate to this day. Last edited by Guitar Toad; 03-21-2007 at 09: The final touch is a Wah pedal turned on and pressed all the way down.
You may have to register before you can post: Jimmy is a classic Les Paul Player but is also known for his Telecaster work. Jimmy Page clearly had a ton of material to choose from when he sat down to curate the previously unreleased material included in the upcoming Led Zeppelin reissues. You don't hear any fuzz? He's interviewed in that mag as well. I hear something fuzzy.