Guitar Distortion

Ciletti, Eddie
January 2007
Mix;Jan2007, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p108
The article presents on several aspects of generating distorted guitar effects. The article focuses on the order in which stomp boxes and signal processors are placed in the signal path. Details of several distortion devices and the techniques including signal processors to achieve different impedances in producing guitar effects is presented.


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