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Modern Guitar Rigs Book & DVD 2nd Ed

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Modern Guitar Rigs covers topics of interest to guitarists looking to build pro-level rigs that move beyond a simple pedal board and combo amp. Whether you're playing clubs at the indie band level, getting setfor a major tour, heading into the studio to record a new album, or jus t searching for “ultimate tone,” this revised and updated edition brings you the most current and effective sound-shaping tools and techniques, including:

• Amp setups: integrating pedals and rack gear, wet/dry/wet configurations, modeling amps and profilers, rack-mounted amps, stereo rigs, and audio looping systems

• Rackgear: multi-effects processors and dedicated signal processors, audio l oopers, amp function switching systems, and MIDI foot controllers

• Guitar options: piezoelectric pickups and splitting guitar signals to multiple amps

• Effects loops: choosing the right loopfor your specific needs

Rig infrastructure: power conditioning, noise suppression, power attenuators, wireless systems, custom cabling, and equipment racks

• Rigs of the stars: a look at the complex rigs used by many leading guitar players, including John Petrucci of Dream Theater, Alex Lifeson of Rush, and Steven Wilson and John Wesley of Porcupine Tree

• Interviews with leading custom rig builders, including the legendary Bob Bradshaw of Custom Audio Electronics. Full-color throughout. Includes DVD.

Additional Information

SKU (APIC Barcode) 930036109066
Manufacturer HAL LEONARD
Last Updated 2020-01-05 03:23:43
Model Number 122321
Author Scott Kahn
Series Music Pro Guide Books & DVDs
Medium Softcover/DVD-ROM
Publisher Hal Leonard
Composer Various
Instrument Double Bass
Pages 204(07)
Production Status 2


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