Getting a great guitar sound in your headphones, or in your bedroom or garage is one thing. Getting killer sound on stage is something else altogether! In this one-of-a-kind guidebook, veteran guitarist and teacher Sandy Williams shares tips and techniques learned over decades of playing in every type of live environment and teaches you how to get the best sound possible in a wide variety of venues, styles, and gig situations. Playing live is one of the most rewarding aspects of being a musician, but guitarists need to be ready for the many challenges that live performance can pose. Meeting the challenge starts with gear and technical choices, but it also involves personalitiesalearning to work smoothly with bandmates, venue managers, and sound mixers. LIVE SOUND FOR MUSICIANS: GUITAR lays it all out for you, showing you how to get the best from your gear in every situation and deliver audience-pleasing results every time.between theguitar amplifiera#39;s output and thespeakerthat reduced theamount of power goingto the speaker bygradations. ... Figure 3.20 Fullpower/halfpower(60/ 30watts) switchon a Jim Kelley FACS amp. Ac 2015 Doug ... As Kelley says in the ownera#39;s manual, the attenuator can be thought of as the aultimate master volume.
|Title||:||Live Sound for Guitar|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning Trade - 2014-06-18|