Re: Good Feedback.

>  With all this talk about avoiding feedback, has anyone tried to use 
>feedback productively.  I mean, guitarists in rock and roll will get a 
>nice smooth feedback from their Marshall amps that sounds great.  I can 
>sometimes get this but it is totally under control.  And more often than 
>not, the feedback is a piercing, sharp whistle rather than a smooth 
>progressive sound.  (Check the ending to "I, Alone" by Live to get a 
>perfect example of long, drawn out guitar feedback.)
The only guy that I have heard control feedback is 
Peter "Madcat" Ruth.  He's a monster!  (That's a good
kind of monster!)

Bernie Clarke
"Don't start me to talkin', I'll tell everything I know" - SBWII

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