Analog Alien Blog Posts
Synthesizers are really amazing instruments. Just about anything is possible with them. Years ago you would pay a high price for a synth like the OB-8. Today synths come in all sizes and features and most of them are very affordable. So what can you do to improve the sound and versatility of an instrument that is as versatile as a synthesizer? How about adding guitar effects pedals into the mix?
It’s getting harder and harder to be creative in the music world today. Let’s face it….Rock and Pop music are well over 50 years old and they have been through generations of changes. But all is not lost and there’s still some room to experiment and to let your creativity and imagination run wild. One such area of exploration is the human voice.
A while back we posted a blog that covered the topic of using guitar pedals to record vocals. It was so well received that we thought we’d revisit it – only this time, we’re going to take a look at how you can use guitar pedals for vocals in a live situation.
So, you’ve been playing the electric guitar for a while now and you have decided that you’d like to purchase some guitar pedals.
But you’re new to guitar pedals and you have no experience using them. You’re not sure what guitar pedals to start with or how to connect them together. Adding a few guitar pedals to your signal chain can be both a fun and creative experience. So let’s take a look at some of the best guitar pedals for beginners.