Electric Guitar - Sound Secrets and Technology
What would today's rock and pop music be without electric lead and bass guitars?
These instruments have been setting the tone for more than sixty years. Their underlying sound is determined largely by their electrical components. But, how do they actually work? Almost no one is able to explain this to the true musician with no technical background.
This book answers many questions simply, in an easily-understandable manner.
For the interested musician (and others), this book unveils, in a simple and well-grounded way, what have, until now, been regarded as manufacturer secrets. The examination explores deep within the guitar, including pickups and electrical environment, so that guitar electronics are no longer considered highly secret. With a few deft interventions, many instruments can be rendered more versatile and made to sound a lot better - in the most cost-effective manner.
The author is an experienced electronics professional and active musician. He has thoroughly tested everything described here, in practice.
Helmuth Lemme:"Musicians are usually emotionally-led artists who express their work through sound and lyrics, whilst technicians have to wind wires around magnets and measure physical magnitudes. These are two entirely different worlds. It was important for me to find a balance between technical and theoretical precision on the one hand and practical clarity for the musician on the other."
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Descripción Elektor. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zk1907920137