|Tone Name||Winter Franken|
|Created with||POD HD500|
Best if used with a humbucker. This is the crazy keyboard sound at the end of the keyboard solo. To make this work best you must use a purple or green pick, or maybe even a red pick with white dots. Use the edge of the pick and beat down hard on the strings and play in time with the delay. If you hit straight down you get the tight hard sounds, barely slide the pick along the strings while doing the same thing above and youll get that crazy pitchy sound. also the lower strings with give you the higher pitch in this keyboard sound probable because of the harmonics it produces. Have fun. This sound comes with rave reviews from my hard to please fiancee who hates it when I practice. I had her listen to it and she asked if that was it for the night and when I said yes she said "sounds great". Please rate this sound for me. I spend quite a bit of time doing this so I would like to know what you all think.
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