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Introduction To Guitar Tone & Effects

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Voicing/Format book
Composer David M Brewster
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00695766

Price: $14.99

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Introduction To Guitar Tone & Effects Composed by David M Brewster. For book. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00695766, UPC: 073999957662)

An essential manual for getting the best sounds from electric guitars, amplifiers, effect pedals and digital processors! This book/CD pack features easy-to-follow instructions, with more than 75 photos, to teach the basics of guitar tone and effects. The accompanying CD provides audio examples. Readers will learn: anatomy of the electric guitar; controlling the electric guitar; getting a good clean tone; overdrive, distortion and fuzz; using equalizers; compressors and limiters; noise reduction; modulation effects; reverb and delay; octavers and harmonizers; special effects; multi-effect processors; amp & effect modeling; getting a good tone through your PC; stylistic guitar tones; famous effected guitarists; and much more!

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