#1
Whenever I try to get feedback I always get crappy too hi-pitched feedback, how could I get my feedback to be a little lower and make it come a little faster?
Last edited by stratman_96 at Mar 5, 2008,
#2
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Whenever I try to get feedback I always get crappy to hi-pitched feedback, how could I get my feedback to be a little lower and make it come a little faster?

Get a better amp.
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make it come a little faster

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#4
A tube amp's feedback is quite nice and controllable in most cases. But seriously loud.
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#5
get a good tube amp. use overdrive or distortion. face the amp so the pickups can pick up the sound from the amp. i use fast vibrato on a high note, like the 12 fret of the A string, and add a little bit of a whammy bar if you have one. that way you can get feedback that's like an octave higher than the note you're fretting.
#6
Scream loudly at your guitar pickups, then fling it as close as possible to the amp without smashing anything. You gotta teach it who's the boss, man, you know what I mean?