- Godin Solidac with Roland GK-2a pickup
- Roland VG-88 guitar modeling processor
- Roland GR-33 guitar synthesizer
- Strymon TimeLine
This is a short video that shows what you can do with Strymon Timeline when several different delays from VG-88 and GR-33 are combined together. It also shows all the main settings of the presets that I used.
The main idea behind a fat sound texture is to mix several sounds that would fill all the space between low and hi frequencies. Sound sources should differ from each other not to make a mess of it. Delays have to "breathe" in one time -- they can have different rhythmic structures, but ought to be in one bpm (though some of them may be triplets or dotted notes). It might be a good idea to avoid using reverbs in the chain before a final delay machine -- use them later.