#1
how would i go about manipulating feedback? i mean, if i wanted to get a G# for example, how would i do that?

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#4
getting feedback is easy for me.... it's the getting the feedback to stop that's the problem. last band practice we had to mess with my tone for about fifteen minutes and finally ended up standing about 6 feet away from my amp, and I still had to be kinda careful and mute the strings with both hands or else I'd get a small amount of feedback every time I played.
#5
Quote by The4thHorsemen
getting feedback is easy for me.... it's the getting the feedback to stop that's the problem. last band practice we had to mess with my tone for about fifteen minutes and finally ended up standing about 6 feet away from my amp, and I still had to be kinda careful and mute the strings with both hands or else I'd get a small amount of feedback every time I played.


yeah, that sucks when you don't want feedback, but in this case i want it haha. if i held down one note, would the pitch of the feedback be that note? i'll have to mess around with it.

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#6
Quote by xwearesinking
yeah, that sucks when you don't want feedback, but in this case i want it haha. if i held down one note, would the pitch of the feedback be that note? i'll have to mess around with it.


I would have to say yes but you would have to be POSITIVELY sure that its the only string ''moving''

a perfect example of a feedback is at the end of novermber rain, slash just hits a B power chord and i beleive he goes closer to his amp or stack

to control feedback i move away slightly and I use my volume knob, or the volume pedal on my podXTL


You gotta love a well done feedback