#1
Well, I got a peavey vk112 and the sound on the pinch harmonics I'm doing it on is weak sounding.
I was wondering, what can I do to surpass that. Replace the stock speaker? Replace tubes? New pedal? New Pickups?

My technique to do pinch harmonics is not effecting them. I tried them on my Roland and it sound full and rich. What can I do?

Thanks
Last edited by life_777 at Aug 21, 2008,
#3
pinch right over the back end of your neck pup
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#4
Quote by Demonikk
Boost the treble and gain on the amp

I'm playing with my metal muff in the clean channel. Both the metal muff side and overdrive/distortion channel on the peavey are weak pinch harmonics.
Any other clues?
#5
you probably have less gain on you're amp, pinch harmonics sound better with lots of gain.
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Quote by jordy-77
you probably have less gain on you're amp, pinch harmonics sound better with lots of gain.

How do I boost the gain up?
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Get an Od.

I was wondering can you put and od and boost a metal muff pedal along with it? Or what?
#9
I don't get the point of using a Metal Muff with a VK... most VK users say "oh the distortion is awesome for metal blah blah blah".
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I don't get the point of using a Metal Muff with a VK... most VK users say "oh the distortion is awesome for metal blah blah blah".

Oh gosh no...They probably had to od or did something...Also, I luv your avatar. Im a fan of Rurouni Kenshin my self. That I am.
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Turn on the gain boost on the amp.

Umm...Im playing in the clean channel with the metal muff...
#13
Quote by life_777
Umm...Im playing in the clean channel with the metal muff...


Well, try playing on the lead channel with the gain boost on and the gain all the way up and the treble all the up.
#14
Quote by Dimebag Bill
Well, try playing on the lead channel with the gain boost on and the gain all the way up and the treble all the up.

I did, still thoughs harmonics are still weak...I personally think it's my amp or guitar pickups...
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Quote by life_777
I did, still thoughs harmonics are still weak...I personally think it's my amp or guitar pickups...


Hmm, maybe. I played a valveking at guitar center and I played some harmonics. They sounded pretty good, but not amazing.
#16
If they sounded good on your Cube, I doubt it's the guitar. If the only thing that has changed is your amp, then that appears that's the problem.
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#17
its the pedal
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