#1
Notes on my guitar seem to disappear quickly, I was wondering if there was any way to increase sustain in the shape of a pedal or something like that. I know I could integrate a Fernandes sustainer into my guitar or something along those lines, but to be honest it's too much effort for what I need.

So, is this a stupid question? All I want is too increase sustain a bit. Thanks.
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#4
Well. . . my current rig:

Epiphone SG --> Mashall MG15DFX

I have no pedals, however I'm getting a Boss GT6 very soon. Think it could be the guitar?
#5
No.

It's the crappy amp. Forget the GT6, that's not going to help.
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#6
I'm getting the GT6, so that's out of the question. I was also going to replace my amp anyway, so now you've said that it's pushed me to do it. Thanks
#7
Little amps with little speakers always equal poor sustain - you'll get the best sustain from a tube amp as you can play around withthe feedback.
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#9
1. Compressor pedal.

2. if you're using vintage trem, block it with a wood.

3. Make sure pickups are not too near the strings.

4. Lub the nut and the bridge.

5. Keep your strings fresh and new.

6. Learn to play with feedback, ie your guitar pickup facing the amp nearby..
#10
1. I'll use the compressor on my GT6 when I get it and see how that turns out.

2. Not using one.

3. This could be a major point, mine are really close. I'll try lowering them.

4. Guess I could try that.

5. I might buy some new strings actually mine are starting to wear out.

6. I'm going to try that now but due to the size of my amp it won't be that easy.


Thanks!