I'm looking for bass pedals that can create really weird and cool sounds for solos. I already have fuzz, overdrive, distortion, delay, and wah.
I always get these great ideas for riffs or chord progression, but when I sit down hours later to play it out, I forget the whole damn thing. I've been thinking about recording my humming of my ideas when they happen. How do you put music from head to paper?
I'm not up to speed on music at all. I get recommendations from friends but nothing guitar related.
So what are some great albums that feature killer guitar playing? Can be any style. Just tell me why it's great and what style it is. Bonus points for including an example youtube or Spotify link.
A look inside Phil Lesh’s Big Brown/Godfather bass. a heavily modded Guild Starfire bass, done by Alembic. (The Grateful Dead)
The 2nd instrument ever to have active electronics in it. Done around 1971-1972. See it in action in this 1972 show.
I know this question has been asked a lot but wanted to know if anyone could point me in some sort of direction on how to practice in a way that isn't just noodling around or reading tabs of songs. I've been playing for about 5 years and i'm in a band that does covers and a few originals and I would like to buff up on scales and music theory and how they work together in terms of key and whatnot, and also want my improvisational skills to improve. Thanks in advance for any help, specific practice activities or any other ideas for a schedule that will help me get better!