always good to remember jutting strings! nice series Ben!
great series, Ben. i've always had a love/hate relationship with distortion, beings that i play six string bass - the range is so vast that what tone sounds good on the d, g, and c strings doesn't sound good on the b, e, and a strings. it took me a long time to discover that "less is more", keeping the gain relatively low and the dirty channel transparent - that is, blending dirty and clean about 80/20 so that the grit is dominant but the fundamental tone still shines through.
Really helpful lesson, Ben! Great!!!
Great info Ben Thank you
Hey Ben, and hey GMC! Unfortunately Ive been a little tied up to re subscribe lately. However I wanted to say that I often longed for lessons that dealt with guitar tone. With much thanks to you guys, my playing improved greatly over the time I was here, and theres much room for improvement yet.. So watch out! :-) But I'm still just no good with the sound knobs and the tweaking of the buttons and so fourth.. So more tone lessons please! :-)
scales tap a lot but I do not know how to use it when I play music .vay fade from the beginning to tap .Now used to do
Great Lesson Set Ben! Very helpful