#1
hi.


you know when you get feedback with you're amp, sounds awesome. but sounds sik when you get feedback when you bend a string, till now i can only get when i accidentally do it.

any help would be awesome, thanks
#2
Turn up the volume
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#3
you can bend and tap a harmonic...

if you want feed back all you really need to do is turn your guitar toward the amp and use lots of gain...
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#4
^^ not all notes feedback though. You need to be on a harmonic node.

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^^ not all notes feedback though. You need to be on a harmonic node.


what you mean for the leaning the guitar towards the amp thing? for tapping the harmonic you just have to tap a fret 5, 7 or 12 notes away from the one you're fretting.
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#7
TS: are you talking about feedback or harmonics?
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#8
konfyouzd: you're the only one here talking about harmonics...??? he explicitly said feedback.
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konfyouzd: you're the only one here talking about harmonics...??? he explicitly said feedback.

Two or three others have and I think that he has mistaken feedback for a tapped harmonic or something.
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Two or three others have and I think that he has mistaken feedback for a tapped harmonic or something.


When you're playing at high volumes with some gain, some of your sustained notes will start to sound a few octaves up (I'm not quite sure how it all works) when you hold them out long enough. I think that's what he's talking about.
#11
Use lots of distortion on a higher volume, and play close to the amp.
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#12
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When you're playing at high volumes with some gain, some of your sustained notes will start to sound a few octaves up (I'm not quite sure how it all works) when you hold them out long enough. I think that's what he's talking about.

Now that I think about it, that has happened to me. I would think mids could give you more feedback.
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#13
More volume gives you feedback - feedback is physical.
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When you're playing at high volumes with some gain, some of your sustained notes will start to sound a few octaves up (I'm not quite sure how it all works) when you hold them out long enough. I think that's what he's talking about.



Yes, and like I Said, these happen on the harmonic nodes.

Pump up the gain, and do a vibrato on the 7th fret B string, it will go into ever lasting feedback.

That feedback is the natural harmonic on the 7th fret.

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Yes, and like I Said, these happen on the harmonic nodes.

Pump up the gain, and do a vibrato on the 7th fret B string, it will go into ever lasting feedback.

That feedback is the natural harmonic on the 7th fret.


Well that explains it! never knew that, thanks!