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Peavey expert: Check guitar set-up before recording
"The guitar is absolutely number one in the signal chain and therefore needs to be set up properly beforehand," he remarked.
After that, musicians should look at their amp set-up and then consider exactly what sound they are after.
Mr Dunkley stated that a flexible plug-in can help to avoid problems with finding the right tone, while listening to music in depth can assist people to work out what sound they want.
Earlier this month, Josh Freese of The Vandals advised would-be drummers among MusicRadar's readership to make sure they "listen well" to lots of music.Posted on 22 Apr 2009 11:59 to category : Instruments News
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