it was absolutely not my intention to take the path of sound that comes from the soul and bla bla, hold up! (or hold on I don't remember what the right way to say)DrBaroni wrote: ↑Tue Aug 18, 2020 9:00 am J.C. has already answered your question above. I'd like to add just one more thing, that I could almost quote from a David Gilmour interview: how your tone sounds depends a good deal on your fingers. Gilmour claims in that interview that he basically gets a very similar sound out of any guitar, because that is how HE plays. And I tend to agree: even in my super-limited experience, my own guitars played by me and played by anyone else, especially someone who is good at playing (and the more good s/he is the more you'll notice this), they seem totally different instruments, though using the very same guitar, tones, effects and amp. Heck, it happens with my CLASSICAL guitar too!
I was simply curious to understand the potential of Spark's effects
I took the sound of J.C. which is quite similar and nice, but with a marshall never really used by Gilmour, then I was wondering if PG really developed realistic or approximate tones in the amp
I didn't want to reproduce the real tone of the song with $ 200
it is not easy to explain what I mean here, plus my English is not the best...