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post Oct 22 2007, 03:23 AM
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Does any one know how to get feedback on demand. Its pretty cool and I have no idea how to do it.


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post Oct 22 2007, 03:32 AM
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Crank up the gain brutha smile.gif

That should do it. Cranking up channel volume will sometimes help, but usually applies to tube amps more so.

Try brushing the strings just a bit, or even blowing on them. See if that will spark the sought after feedback wink.gif

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post Oct 22 2007, 03:34 AM
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Yep,more gain and turn your guitar in front of amp/cabinet.
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post Oct 22 2007, 07:52 PM
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QUOTE (muris @ Oct 22 2007, 02:34 AM) *
Yep,more gain and turn your guitar in front of amp/cabinet.
Did I say it should be loud?!? laugh.gif


I'll echo this. I normally practice unplugged or with the amp turned down (my amp has a master volume). I started playing around a bit at much higher volumes lately and was surprised at how easily feedback started. Volume knob on the guitar affects feedback too....it affects how sensitive it is to the output from the amp. Some effect pedals do too.

There's a lot that can affect feedback and it seems to me that it's a kinda complex thing to control Your whole signal chain affects how the feedback sounds. As well as volume levels, how far you are away from the speakers, where you are in relation to the speakers (facing, back to, on your knees, behind them).


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