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Guitar Effects Pedals-The Practical Ha

Guitar Effects Pedals-The Practical Ha

Sheet Music Books
Voicing/Format book
Desc Softcover
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00331178
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Guitar Effects Pedals-The Practical Ha For book. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00331178, UPC: 073999287646)

It's a golden age for guitar effects pedal users and makers right now, with ov er 40 years of design experience and musical experimentation to draw on. Your choice includes the original, pioneering vintage models, or souped-up clones f rom more contemporary designers. Dave Hunter spells out the pros and cons of b oth in this uniquely comprehensive guide. In a guitarist-friendly style, the b ook explores: what each type of effect does * how pedals work * the best order to connect pedals * and how to make the most of the pedals you have. Also incl udes exclusive interviews revealing eight top pedal makers' radically diverse approaches to building effects.
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