#1
A song by Weezer, called "The World Has Turned And Left Me Here" has one hell of a solo. But I'm just wondering if anyone has any idea how during the mid-solo, he was able to go from a low note to a high note within feedback. That seems like a pretty nice effect I'd like to mess around with.

I'm a beginning guitarist, I started 5/6 weeks ago. I originally played piano. To my surprise, guitar is a lot easier than I expected, besides the fact that my calluses rip off every other week. :P Anyway, any responses would be nice!
#2
Oh ****, that's arguably one of the best Weezer songs

Anyway, Weezer's first album was recorded without any pedals or effects other than what came from the amp, according to what I heard. Just play around at high gain, and do some research on controlling pitch of feedback.
Last edited by Sopheydood at Feb 23, 2009,
#3
Guess I need to get a new amp with a drive knob or something. :P I just have volume, and EQing options. But huh, that's pretty amazing. I'll probably look around for that here. Google usually has bad results on it, haha.

Thanks!
#5
he couldve gotten the feedback going then turned up the tone knob, adding high end,
but thats me w/ out having heard the song, just an idea
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