Best way to achieve some depth?

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  1. Trelwheen

    Trelwheen Well-Known Member

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    Bend her over in the caravan!
     
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    Like others has said, delay and/or reverb are a good place to start.

    Both delays and reverbs have many different choices. For delay, you can usually choose from digital, tape, analog, reverse, multi-tap, etc. With reverb, you usually choose from spring, room, hall, plate, digital, etc.

    Usually, rack and multi-effects systems offer you the most choices, but there are some small pedals that features some of these same great choices in and all-in-one pedal. Look around and see what works best for you.
     
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    Chorus /Flange . Reverb/Delay. I use the Corona Chorus it's very transparent dry and can be set very subtle on up from there . For lead a good Delay I would suggest the Mooer Reecho digital analog it's a great pedal only 60 bucks. If moneys not an issue Dispatch Master or an Echoplex.
     
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