#1
okay basically i just bought korg ax5g multi-effect pedal..
im a beginner and i wanted to practice my hammer-ons and pull-offs..
but the problem is .. i cant boost the treble or gain so that it will be sensitive...
im using epiphone electric guitar, ashton GA-208r..
i just starting playing guitar for around 4 months and yeahhh im quite frustrated
i cant really solve the problem..
any help ?
#3
but i've already bought that amplifier .. is there any other way besides getting a high gain amp ? are there any settings that i need to do to practice hammer-ons and pull-offs ?
#6
the guy said AMP MODEL not buy a new amp. use a high gain amp model from your pedal. make your own setting.
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#7
Yeah^. .. Look at the drive/amp settings on your AX5G. US Modern, UK Modern are both hi gain models. Also the Metal and Shred drive is high gain.
#9
WRONGWRONGWRONGWRONGWRONG
randy rhoads himself said not to practice that shit with high gain, but instead to practice this stuff (hammer ons/offs, tapping, etc) with a really CLEAN sound.
essentially, relying on gain to give you the sound will rob you of precious finger strength.
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#10
so whether is low gain or high gain u still can hammer-ons ?
but isnt it hard ? i mean if relying on finger strengths is like sooo painful isnt it ?
clarify me ~ thx