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Hal Leonard Introduction to Guitar Tone and Effects (Book/CD)  

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  • 64 pages
  • Size: 12" x 9"
  • Composer: David M. Brewster
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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 tones 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; equalizers; compressors and limiters; noise reduction; modulation effects; reverb and delay; special effects; multi-effect processors; getting a good tone through your PC; famous effected guitarists; and much more!

  • 64 pages
  • Size: 12" x 9"
  • Composer: David M. Brewster
  • ISBN: 634060465

When you've got your chops, you're still not all the way there. This package helps you complete your sound. Order today and get it right from the start.

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When they say intro...

By Voxrox06

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Comments about Hal Leonard Introduction to Guitar Tone and Effects (Book/CD):

I bought this book thinking it would give me some super secret to getting great tone that I didn't know. But believe me, when they say introduction, they mean introduction. It provides basic knowledge of the most common guitar effects, and a nifty map on where to put (and not to put) certain effects in a series. I rated this book based on what I learned; don't get me wrong, it did give a few pointers. Overall I didn't get alot out of this book, and would encourage people to pick more experianced players brains on the subject. However, if you're just now starting to learn, then this book is great to learn the basics.

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