What effect is on these solos?

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  1. headshrinker84

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    Both sound like a Gibson style guitar into a British style amp (Marshall, Orange, Vox). 'Don't Look..' has a little bit of delay before the dirty amp at the end, and
    'Champange' has double tracked guitars an octave apart.

    Pretty bare bones as far as effects go, just a mild crunchy overdrive will get you there. Champagne Supernova sure takes me back to high school :)
     
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    You could use a MicroPOG to get the Champagne tone.
     
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    Found this

    Recording Noel’s guitars is far easier than I should probably admit to, considering I’m trying to get a reputation as a top international producer. On this album the equipment he used was: guitars – his trusty Epiphone semi, a Firebird, a Les Paul, a vintage Strat and a couple of Epiphone acoustics: amps – his stupidly loud Marshall stack, a Marshall Bluesbreaker combo, an Orange and an early sixties Vox AC30.

    http://www.oasis-recordinginfo.co.uk/?page_id=55
     
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    Is there no fuzz effect on them?
     
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    Without reading this comment, I would have said that Champagne does have some sort of POG pedal activated in it. Also thought that the clipping does sound Fuzzy, but also could be the mic clipping from recording.

    To me it sounded like a Gretsch (before looking at the comment), so if you're looking for that sound, maybe that's a good guitar pickup to imitate the Epiphone.
     
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    I always thought it was one of his hollow body guitars with P90 type pickups. That's what Don't Look Back In Anger sounds like to me. Similarly Paul Weller played the solo on Champagne Supernova and he is also know for playing vintage Casinos with P90s. Also don't forget to add the wash of post recording reverb to make everything sound 1995!
     
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    Oh man oh man does it ever!!!
     
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    It takes me back to 4th grade!!! All of my buddies and I would walk around the playground singing that and Wonderwall. LOL
     

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