Where to start it out with a guitar processor or first practise without it

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by lazy_headbanger, May 19, 2007.

  1. lazy_headbanger

    lazy_headbanger New Member

    Hey ppl...I'll be upgrading to an electric guitar soon but the scene is that i gotta get started on my cous electric(he d'dnt touch it as he liked kamal khan,blah).I think its a givson some G.S.lead i think.
    So, i was wondering where to start it out with a guitar processor or first practise without it.I like rock,and thrash metal i.e.coldplay to lamb of god..

    Any opinions??
  2. alpha1

    alpha1 I BLUES!

    If you want my true advice:


    Play the electric guitar with clean tone.
    You will realize its benefits only later.

    Clean tone allows you to develop cleaner/refined technique.
    And you will also realize the importance of picking dynamics (something you would never realize if you buy a digital processor)

    So in short: use electric guitar with a clean tone.
  3. lazy_headbanger

    lazy_headbanger New Member

    Thanks dude..and any idea of a goood guitar processor.a friend was asking me
    I heard the zoom 505 II sucks??(don't actually thinks so)
    but the others are too phookin expensive!!
  4. alpha1

    alpha1 I BLUES!

    Yeah you are right.

    Learn your techniques without any processor etc.
    It would help you.

    Save money for a better processor.
  5. paranoid13rohan

    paranoid13rohan .: iNDiaN iDioT 3.0 :.

    zoom g2.1u is cool. n it's not that expensive too.

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