get the Tone

Guitar Techniques - - LESSON FRETBOARD FLUENCY -

Try a clean tone with com­pres­sion, cho­rus and re­verb on the chordal ex­am­ples, and a warm over­driven tone for lead as it’s a great way to mon­i­tor your mut­ing tech­niques (any un­played strings can of­ten re­sult in dis­so­nant over­tones). The over­driven sound is also the tone of choice for many pop­u­lar con­tem­po­rary styles. This type of tone will lend a more fu­sion ori­en­tated sound when us­ing jazz-based con­cepts, and eas­ily in­te­grate with your blues and rock vo­cab­u­lary.

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