#1
CAn someone tell me how to create the feedback noise that guitarists commonly use as a an intense sort of build up
#2
lots of gain, and put your guitar right in front of the amp, facing it.
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#3
lots of gain on your amp, noisy pickups and some sort of vibrato system on your guitar if you want to controll the pitch of the feedback. Try hitting a few notes with the gain turned up to 11 and walking towards and away from the amp whilst holding the notes.

I'll warn you though, it's a foine art getting feedback to sound perfect, only members of 90's grunge bands and jimi hendrix seemed to have mastered it!
#5
It's not that hard realy high gain+high volume, and from there you just gota mess around and get your own technique
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#6
Locking trems are really good for controlling the pitch of feedback, I used to do that a lot in a band i was in last summer, gain up full, reverb up full (playing any normal chords or notes at this point will make you sound like turd) but just hitting a note and then dropping the tremolo in and out of different pitches, after a couple of joints it'd sound amazing ...
#7
Or get a decent amount of gain on any amp and get a guitar with single coils and add a overdrive pedal on top with drive up fairly high then get close to the amp. simple as.
#10
crank the volume adn gain. put your guitar right in front of the speakers and your speakers will vibrate the strings on your guitar, creating a sound, which is sent to the amp and sent to the speaker, which amplifies it into the guitar, whose strings vibrate, etc....

yeah, so that's what happens. just hold a note and mute all the strings. the note you're holding will be the feedback pitch.
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