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Tech Tips - Page 9
Specs can play an important role in shopping for mic and guitar preamps, PA power amps, monitor speakers, and audio recording and mixing equipment. But they must be viewed with caution and often with a grain of salt. In many cases, different manufacturers will present the same specs in different forms, which makes it very difficult to compare similar gear from different brands. You’ll also find specs that lack the proper qualifying information in order for them to have meaning. Read on to learn more about how to interpret and compare specs.
Keep your guitar looking and sounding its best by following these simple steps and observing a few common-sense precautions.
The question: Why do preamps have frequency response levels way above the range of human hearing?
Chorus effects can make a single instrument sound like two instruments being played simultaneously. They add a rich, lush, shimmering quality to your sound.
Simple steps to find and eliminate the rattles and buzzes that wreck your sound
Learn what direct boxes boxes do and why you might need a DI box onstage or in the studio.
Learn how audio equalizers work and the differences between graphic and parametric equalization.
Guitar Amps: Learn about the differences between tube, solid-state and hybrid amplifiers.
Learn about pickup options that retain classic single-coil sound while eliminating hum.