John Sykes "Slide it in" Tone - chorus

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John Sykes "Slide it in" Tone - chorus

Postby LPUser on Tue Mar 26, 2013 1:02 am

Guys,

What Chorus pedal will get me close to that awesome Slide it In tone? Been looking for that Chorus tone for years.

Thanks!
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Re: John Sykes "Slide it in" Tone - chorus

Postby Mr. Arkadin on Tue Mar 26, 2013 4:32 am

That was a Lexicon PCM41. As for a modern equivalent, I'm not sure there is one.
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Re: John Sykes "Slide it in" Tone - chorus

Postby dtw576 on Wed May 29, 2013 12:01 pm

If you are still interested, here is a road warrior that looks to have some life left in it. For $475.

http://www.pixelproaudio.com/all/lexico ... 7AodKHoAHA
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Re: John Sykes "Slide it in" Tone - chorus

Postby Mats A on Mon Jul 15, 2013 4:42 pm

If you mean the Slide It In album John only made some aditional guitar overdubs and solos on the US mix version of it. Most of it is Mel Galley and Mickey Moody. In Thin Lizzy and with Phil Lynott solo John used a blue Boss, think it´s called CE2 Chorus pedal. Live with Whitesnake he used some Yamaha effects pedals.
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