Killer Guitar Tone In 7 Days


How To Get Killer Guitar Tone In 7 Days Or Less Guaranteed!

There are many things that affect the tone of your guitar. Some things are more drastic than others, but the truth is that until you understand how this affects you, it’s very possible you are being robbed of great guitar sound right now and not even know it.

One of the biggest problems is that these tone stealing factors can compound and make it very tough to figure out where to start, or figure out what is actually causing the tone erosion.

It’s highly recommended to start with the absolute bare essentials when you are trouble shooting and correcting problems. This means starting with your guitar directly into the amp, and directly into the cabinet. Nothing else connected at all. Then begin your analysis and trouble shooting procedures.

This video will go over the basic elements of what may be robbing you of great guitar sound right now. These elements tend to be the root of what most people are experiencing, and often times don’t even know it.

Please leave a comment and share your thoughts.

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  1. Bob Molton on August 13, 2010 at 2:13 am

    Hey Everybody, please comment and share your thoughts.

    Thanks, Bob

  2. Santos Straughter on December 3, 2010 at 2:11 am

    Hi Bob, great post.. I really like the killer guitar tone information you’ve provided here. Thanks for your insight.

  3. Dave Wakeham on September 4, 2011 at 4:12 pm

    Hi Bob,
    I listened to the ‘killer guitar tone in 7 days’ and picked up on a couple of interesting pointers that I’d like to clear up on.
    1) Where you mentioned “Proper guitar/amp/gain structure/settings etc,etc.” I myself have the gear combination for what I need and I have the basic know how to get the ‘sound in my head’ that I’ve desired over the years.
    2) Where you mentioned the graphic EQ. Would it be a great tool to fine tune any frequencies that need to be emphasized because I know they can change from room to room, various gigs etc…so what I’m saying is that I wouldn’t like to change my amp settings or gain structure…So is a graphic EQ better for tailoring to the changes?

    Your information will be greatly recieved Bob.

    Keep up the great work.


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