#1
Hey, guys!

I'm completely newbie in guitars and stuff so excuse me in for this probably stupid question please

I'm curious how can I get that overdriven high-pitched hum you can hear in 'In The End' song of Linkin Park (well, starting right from the first verse)? I like especially final piece, in the end of the song. Is it just cutoff or may be some skilled usage of feedback? How can I get it live?

Thx in advance, guys
#2
There's guitar in Linkin Park?


It's feedback.
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#3
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There's guitar in Linkin Park?


It's feedback.

lol, i like lp, it's actually natural harmonics...
#4
What section are you referring to TS. Can you give us a reference? (I.E: 3:24)
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#5
+1 to the natural harmonics, they use a bit of mid-scooping for the sound. And old Linkin Park was great, actually, Hybrid Theory and Meteora were really good CDs.
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#8
Haha yeah old LP was awesome. They suck now.

On topic, it's harmonics, that song doesn't have much guitar in it though, more piano and DJing.
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