#1
This is a jam Nirvana had in Robert Lang Studios before recording You Know Your Right. The feedback is exactly what I want but I have no clue how to get this or if it is possible to just get it through a tube amp (My guess is no).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iq_89PCxEjs&lc=fSgrQTvXOdn56_2kJ_ihLSanK42sJW0Cn1KL75ZeYqQ&feature=inbox

Its at the beginning and you'll know what I'm talking about. I appreciate the help.
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#2
Volume. Feedback is all about volume. Beside that it's just fretting the right place and standing in the right place.
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#3
just feedback from distortion. with enough gain and volume you can do that easily.
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#4
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Volume. Feedback is all about volume. Beside that it's just fretting the right place and standing in the right place.


So if the amp is near full blast and I play a few feet next to it, I can expect some noise as opposed to 20% volume of the same distance?

That makes sense, but sucks because I live in an apartment 5 out of 7 days.

Thanks for the speedy reply.
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#5
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So if the amp is near full blast and I play a few feet next to it, I can expect some noise as opposed to 20% volume of the same distance?

That makes sense, but sucks because I live in an apartment 5 out of 7 days.

Thanks for the speedy reply.


Depends on the size and type of your amp. I know I can put my HT-1 through a 2x12 cab, set the volume to less than half and easily get decent feedback.

It does suck if you like feedback but that's just physics, sorry
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#6
I believe there is such a thing as a feedback generator. It's a little device that you hold near the strings that will make them vibrate a the same frequencies the usual traditional method would. But I just red about it once or twice never saw it working.
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#7
I cant listen to the clip right now so I don't know how it sounds, but I do know you generally just gotta crank the amp up and point the guitar towards it and you can get all the feedback you want.