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I hope this is the right place to post this question..

I hear a lot of words thrown around to describe different guitar sounds, like 'loose' and 'tight' for the low end, 'big' or 'small' for the sound in general, and I just don't fully understand it. I understand 'thin' vs. 'full,' but not those others.

So could somebody maybe post some links or something to what they would consider a 'loose' sound and a 'tight' sound in regards to low end, and also links for 'big' and 'small'?

Thanks,

Myles
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#3
Loose is when the low end seems like it is not "Defined". Tight is when the low end is there but it is more "Defined". Big means that the sound seems to engulf the imediate area, it sounds "bigger". These are my understanding of the words. Anyone else?
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