I have an air norton in neck and tone zone in bridge, and it's pretty sweet. Really versatile, and awesome clarity and bite on the tone zone. Guitar is in drop B at the mo and the mid pickup setting is great for a mid-gain isis/stoner metal fuzz tone. Never listened to FFAF so no idea what you're looking for in that respect. IMO zebras look sick in pretty much any guitar. Hope this helped.
Sorry to bust your bubble, but i'm pretty sure you've created a piece in 4/4. If you have a bar in 9/8 followed by a bar in 7/8 with straight quavers it groups into bars of 16. I'm pretty sure you haven't created any polyrhythms at all.
Traffic signals that beep so blind people know when to cross the road. Edit: wait... why the hell are we doing your homework... i didn't have the comfort of the internet when i was at school... now i'm bitter.
Don't, it's hardly useful and takes minimal brain power to understand. Of course if you tune the guitar from a tone higher it's going to sound a tone lower in open. It would work the same as tuning each string using the 2nd fret. Alternatively of course you could just tune the guitar to the ACTUAL notes, which you can do with the use of a: a tuner you spent over 5 quid on, b: a real instrument, c: a free tuning application on the internet.
I just bagged myself a line 6 GX for the same situation, £69 and it's pretty darn good. Not great, but it does what i need and it comes with a couple of pieces of free software that you can record a fair amount of stuff on. The tones you can get are by and large rather digital, but i wasn't expecting anything that organic in the first place, and i won't be using it for any live work or gigs in any case. Would reccomend.
Picture yourself playing guitar right-handed. Pickup, over them is that if you choose guitar strings. In my neck of the pick-up method is active, select the right pickup near the bridge make a sound, almost like a wah wah pedal
Please forgive my language, I am not proficent yet as I immigrated to America nine years ago, I am still learning. Please help me if possible, thank you.
Your signature says 7 years ago. And your join date is this year..
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Did HND at platform one on the isle of wight, serious music down there guys. Facilities are amazing, two fully equipped studios, 24 and 36 channel audient mixing desks, with integrated pro tools and a whole lotta proffessional mics - electrovoice re20, sm57s and 58s, c414s, GrooveTubes - nice load of rack units too. Tutors are amazing, arranging techniques and listening skills modules are taught by a guy named Simon Fricker, an orchestral composer and professional pianist with perfect pitch. You get a brilliant amount of studio time, and the opportunity for regular gigs, as well as a tour to cornwall to finish off the year - and available slots to play at the Isle of Wight festival. Good times. Highly reccomend.
Wait, you're being confusing! Do you mean super distortion or seymour duncan?! Priority being thrash i would undoubtedly go with the duncan; dims are much more in the virtuosic, melodic shreddy area rather than the dirtier, grimier thrash sound.
The pacificas have actually received very positive reviews from respectable critics. Anyway the one in my local store is second hand and £79. I'm thinking of getting it and sticking some bare knuckles or something in