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,
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.
make it come a little faster
A tube amp's feedback is quite nice and controllable in most cases. But seriously loud.
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.
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?
Iunno do lots of natural harmonics and create dissonance. they kinda sound like feedback. eh.
Also, make sure the amp's on a high enough volume, or else it's physically impossible to get the feedback to work correctly.