Getting Great Guitar Sounds
The first edition of Getting Great Guitar Sounds has helped thousands of guitarists get a basic handle on shaping their sound. This second edition had been expanded to cover modern multi-effectors, amp simulators, and advanced effect rigs in the same easy-to-understand language. To make getting started even simpler, Ross now lists his favorite effects and tells why they will provide most of the sounds guitarists will need.
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Introduction to the Second Edition
What Is Great Guitar Sound
The Electric Guitar as an Acoustic Instrument
TUNING MACHINES AND TUNING
CHORUS FLANGING AND OTHER PITCHDELAY EFFECTS
Tricks Of The Trade
PICKS AND STRINGS
The Electric Guitar as an Electric Instrument
Distortion and Sustain
Putting It All Together
THE CHAIN OF COMMAND
WHEN NOT TO USE EFFECTS
Live vs The Studio
The Vintage Advantage
A Final Note
How Did They That Sound?
My Favorite Effects
About the Author
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