#1
Basically, ive noticed a load of sounds which i think sound awesome have some bits of feedback in them (often at the start) but as i havnt experimented with my electric that much i dont know how to get any. I was wonderin if there are some people who could explain to me how to get feedback from my guitar as youve probly really realised im a bit of a novice. Cheers
#2
-stand near amp with high gain
OR -do a nartural harmonic and just hol dit (with high gain)
OR -sometimes you can just hold a note if your guitar has good sustain, and eventually itll become feedback
hope that helps (and is right)
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#3
A truckload of gain, a good cranked amp, and about 30cm between your amp and you.

Oh, and earplugs.
#4
put up really high gain, put your guitar night up next to your amp, and lightly tap the strings. dont fret one, just touch the strings lightly
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#7
I saw a local band today who got a hell of a lot of really cool sounding feedback on a les paul, the guitarist had a natural harmonic and shook the guitar like mad, it got a really cool sound, then he threw his pick and i managed to get it :p

Anyway not sure if it works well but that's what he did
#8
you dont even need a huge amp, i can do it on my practice amp
just stand facing your amp and be very close to it then expirement and find something that sounds sick
#11
Put your pickups as close to your speaker as possible. Get right up against the grill. Even without much gain, at decent volumes it'll feedback.