Alright, I've been searching for this for awhile, and everytime I've asked, I've always been pointed to something that is more subtle when that isn't what I want. I'm looking for something to do space rock with, but most of the examples I can think of were probably done with synthesizers. I'm thinking like the intro 2112 by Rush or Jet Airliner by the Steve Miller Band. Yeah, I know its kinda cheesey, but I want something that's smooth and can be sustained for a long while. I've had a tonefactor analogue filter and an emma discombobulator (as well as trying out a q-tron) and they were all too subtle. I had a fm-4 (too harsh), digitech synth wah (too harsh, not subtle enough), and an ehx microsynth (couldn't really get the tone I wanted, not enough sustain, no decay in notes?). Can somebody recommend me something else to try out? I'm not sure if I'm looking for a ring modulator or another envelope filter or what. Maybe this isn't even really possible with a guitar. No, I don't want to do the whole hex pup/synth thing. That's way too complicated and annoying for me. I used to have an old roland synth for guitar but it was quite unwieldy out of the house. And no, I don't want to play keyboards to get this done. I'm a guitarist, and want the feel a guitar can give me. I don't really care if I can't cop specific tones, I'm just trying to get something that sounds good to me (I know how subjective that is).