#1
I've been experimenting with feedback a little lately, and listening to some songs that use feedbac and was wanting to know if anyone could point me to more songs with interesting use of feedback?
#2
Citizen Erased - Muse
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#4
I'm sorry but no band in the history of recorded music has ever attempted to use feedback constructively. You, TS, are a trailblazer.
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There's no home for you here - The White Stripes.

This shit right here.

Also lots of Sonic Youth. Not all their stuff is unlistenable hipster noise. They have excellent control over feedback and noise in later albums like Goo, Daydream Nation, Rather Ripped, The Eternal, etc.

See also My Bloody Valentine. Obviously.
#8
Smashing Pumpkins - Mayonaise.

Song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrPQ0obwnaQ&feature=related
Billy explains that the feedback bit was 'cause his guitar was shit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vd3uMxTpdI
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#9
Erm, would Tom Morello count? I don't know if he uses feedback or what.
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#10
Most live Def Leppard stuff. Phil Collen uses a Jackson sustainer. Steve vai- Fernandes sustainer. Syn gates- sustainiac.

This is all controlled feedback though.
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Most live Def Leppard stuff. Phil Collen uses a Jackson sustainer. Steve vai- Fernandes sustainer. Syn gates- sustainiac.

This is all controlled feedback though.


Yeah, not really looking for eBow or sustainer type stuff, more natural feedback. Thanks a lot, though!
#12
Tom Morello uses a killswitch and an octave pedal to make actual melodies from the feedback.
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#13
I always say that starting with the basics is the best point to go from, so I'll throw Hendrix and The Who into the mix here.
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I always say that starting with the basics is the best point to go from, so I'll throw Hendrix and The Who into the mix here.


Yeah, I've been listening to a lot of Hendrix and The Who as well as Nirvana and some Adrian Belew (though I think most of his is a sustainer pickup).
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Tom Morello uses a killswitch and an octave pedal to make actual melodies from the feedback.

Yes. Sleep Now In The Fire solo comes to mind.
#16
try adding phaser to feedback, it sounds kinda cool
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"I Heard Her Call My Name" by The Velvet Underground.
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#19
I've heard that Lou Reed sometimes spends about 10 minutes just messing with feedback live. Also, early grunge bands.
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