Alright guys, we’re getting set to do another round of YouTube videos here at the studio, and we thought why not ask YOU for ideas on what we should cover next?
So here’s the deal – ask us your guitar related questions in the comments below, and we’ll do our best to address them in a short YouTube video. Keeping your question as clear and concise as possible will really help us out.
To clarify, we won’t be answering your questions here, on this page, but rather by YouTube, however as the answers are posted we’ll try to come back and reply with the appropriate link to the question.
Please take a moment to read through the comments and answers below, as there is a decent chance your question has been asked and answered already.
So that’s pretty much it – the doors are wide open! What’s on your mind?
Note – you might want to bookmark this page and check back often in the coming weeks as new answers are being posted nearly every day.[box type=”info” border=”full”]TIP: Checkout the YouTube playlist here that contains all the answers. You might find it easier finding your answer there than looking through the comments below.[/box]
My greatest issue is tone. The sound of the electric guitar right out the box and into the amp basically sounds “tinny”. I am aware of the many effects pedals that are available. I would like to know how a guitar tone can be created with minimal effects pedals. For example, Leslie West’s guitar has a signature sound to it -- how does he get that? Likewise, Joe Satriani, B.B. King, Buddy Guy. etc. Thanks for listening!