Amp Effect Explanations
Hey everyone. I was wondering if anyone knew of a good website that has good explanations of all the different amp effects that are out there - what they do, how they work, maybe some examples of well known artists/songs that use them, etc. I have a Behringer GMX110, and I have just recently gotten curious about the details of all the effects that it has. The manual gives a brief explanation, but I am looking for a little bit more. Mostly curious, but I thought it might help me out when I am trying to get my sound similar to another artists also...thanks! :)
I like the MonkeyFX guide to effects. Pretty amusing to read, and fairly descriptive, without being too technical. As for who uses what, I know I've seen a site that details the gear of lots of different artists but I can't remember the name right now... I'm sure someone around here has it bookmarked...
As for who uses what, I know I've seen a site that details the gear of lots of different artists but I can't remember the name right now...
That Monkey FX site is pretty funny.
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Thanks for the links! The Monkey FX one sure is funny...crazy monkeys... :D
Came across this link a few days ago - may even have been from somebody on this site. Can't remember now. However it does quite a good job of explaining how different effects affect your sound. Haven't got round to reading all the info on there yet but it looks pretty good.
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Here is a very good site I like that explains different effects and what they do, and even gives suggestions on pedal chain order.
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THIS one is basic but has everything you need including what order to put the effects in
I don't have any sounds associated with the page yet. By looking at it, it will have your imagination coming up with the unlimited possibilites for tone.
Good stuff again guys. Thanks! :)