Hi everyone. I've been playing guitar for around 4 years now. Three years played on acoustic and only last year started playing electric. The thing is I used a capo sometimes on my acoustic. Since I've started to play electric, can I use the same capo for electric as well? Would it somehow affect the neck or anything? It sounds kinda fine to me.
Hey there peoples. I just noticed I have scratches on my pickup. Which everyone says is fine. I also noticed a bit of rust(or dirt) on the magnets. I cleaned it with a cloth and it went away for quite and extent, but still some spots are there. This is mostly on the neck pickups (where I strum most), as opposed to my bridge pickup (which I mostly use). Is it bad?
I have both Guitar Rig 4 and Amplitube 3. The problem is I cannot use it. I have the "Feedback" issue on both of them. I tried to search forums for solutions, but nothing helped.
What I have is a a normal 1/4″ to 3.5mm converter jack. I connect my guitar through the microphone input. Also, I have Asio installed. All I get is the feedback sound as soon as I start any one of Guitar Rig or Amplitube.
When I record something with cubase and then put the guitar effects of Amplitube or Guitar rig, it works, but I cannot make these softwares work standalone.
Let me know if I am doing anything wrong here. And somebody PLEASE help me with this problem.
Hi everyone. I have been playing acoustic for around 3 years and this year I got an electric, around 2 months back. The problem is that I tried to record something, just to listen to my own self how I sound, and I do sound awful I know. The biggest problem is that I am not able to get a good sound on palm muting. I tried to use the bridge humbucker pup. The guitar I use is Cort X-1. The recording I did was so bad I just don't want to put it up. Can anyone tell me how to practice? Also, I mess up on the timing if I try to palm mute.
The song I tried to cover was Green Day's "Geek Stink Breath".
I recently downloaded Amplitube3 and borrowed a Bass from a friend. The problem is that as soon as I start Amplitube, there is this weird feedback sound, even if nothing is connected. Even when I connect the bass, the sound just continues. I tried to do a lot of things here and there. Even tried 2 different cables, same sound. Any clues on how to resolve this?
The best way to start is to get a cheap multifx and plug it into your speakers or your computer's line in. The problem with software is you need an interface, which costs bucks. Then you need to deal with your computer's performance, which may have latency problems.
If your budget is extremely low you can get Digitech's lower end RP series. .
About the latency thing, I guess I have a descent enough PC to support it. So HOPEFULLY no latency problem. The idea of using a processor with th guitar on PC seems nice. My friend has some Zoom processor he is currently not using. I am not sure exactly which one. I think I can ask him for a while. Should serve good IMO, what say?
Hey there. I'm FINALLY going to buy an electric soon (as soon as Cort X-1 is available here, been waiting for 2 weeks). The thing is that since I am low on cash, I am just planning for the guitar. For everything else, I would be using Amplitube 3 (I have descent 2.1 speakers). But is it necessary that I HAVE to buy an amp? I had a word with a cousin of mine, he said since these softwares came (Amplitube and Guitar Rack), they have changed the game. He said you can a sound VERY close to the original using softwares. And I won't be playing live in the near future as I would be practicing more. So here's the question, Should I (at some point of time) or should I not get amp for the guitar? Also you can call me n00b/tr0ll whatever for this question. But I need good number of replies explaining things. Thanks y'all.