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This discussion comes up fairly often, and it makes me wonder if richlite isn't the answer to everyone's prayers.
I only play slide on electrics, so I know nothing at all about the fine print of bends, but when maple boards are mentioned, I think of the observation that most players are happy enough with them when the finish has worn off. Do they still feel smooth?
How then do u acheive great vocals and create something great without pushing your voice. If your singing live often you might want to adjust your approach to help presearve your voice. The voice is an organic instrument and changes over time whatever your lifestyle. Great rock vocals always push the limits of your vocal range. Should he whisper his vocals to save his voice?sometimes the added rasp just adds more flavor. Maybe classical music singers are an excrptions. Are we talking about rock here?my advise is enjoy yourself and dont worry about the stress on your voice. Lifestyle of couse will effect your voice. Im not saying smoke 3 packs a day and it wont effrct your voice. But be u and let your voice reflect who u are
I agree with you especially about the drinking/screaming at a bar. But I feel like that is an obvious thing that will damage your voice if you do it too much. But only because for most people it is an irresponsible behavior, whether they will admit it or not. I think about babies and little kids who scream and shout and cry all day yet their voice doesn’t get damaged as they get older. Their voice simply changes and adjusts with the circumstances. I feel like this is because they naturally are using their voice to express their truth. As a result, their voice is aligned with the body in a way that can’t damage it because of how freely and honestly it’s used. I don’t mean to be too philosophical but I think the expressing our truth gets lost as we get older and is what should ultimately guide our use of voice to begin with
The voice has to be way stronger than anybody wants to admit. It's just that people don't approach singing as truly natural as it is. I feel like the key to optimal singing is to be creative with how sound resonates in your body through any circumstance. Rest is only necessary when you literally don't feel like singing.
... I should have a very light touch, fairly low action on the guitar, and "let the amplifier do the work. It's an *electric* guitar!"...
Is it possible that something is wrong with the wiring?
Imo they sound okay
That's a nut problem, not a tuner problem.
Either that or you staight up don't know how to string a guitar properly.
I replaced the Gotohs on my FGN with Gotoh magnum locking tuners and the tuning stability of that guitar didn't change one iota. It made no difference.
Locking tuners make no difference when it comes to staying in tune---they just cost more, and save a few seconds on string changes---just get some good regular tuners.
I don't have the money and the need for a better amp right now. I'll wait a few weeks before deciding to change pickups.
Is there an effect that can help me get a better modern metal tone with my amp? Thanks.