Dod Presents 100 Superstar Guitar Sounds on a Stompbox Budget (Anglais) Broché – 14 février 2001
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If you have a multi-effects pedal, which in my experience most guitarists on a budget buy, this will only be useful if your multi-effects pedal parameters and parameter values for effects closely model the same stomp-boxes and allow for the same chaining of effects (e.g. putting delay after or before distortion).
Any difference in the number of effect parameters, or the unit or meaning or range of effect parameter values, and the book won't be useful.
I play through the Roland GR-55 guitar synth on both my acoustic and electric guitars, and was hoping that I could employ the extensive and flexible on-board effects system to replicate these sounds, but because the GR-55 doesn't model each of the classic effects identically in terms of classic stomp-box nomenclature and parameters, it was frustratingly akin to trying to translate French into Japanese.
This obviously isn't the fault of the author, I acknowledge the book does say "stompboxes." That said, in a "pro tips" book where the pages are unsettlingly mostly white-space, I feel the author was disappointingly lean on definitions, terminology, explanation, discussion, and tips. An extra paragraph on each page wouldn't have risked changing the print cost of the book. With that little bit of extra text, the author could have easily addressed the challenge of replicating some of these sounds on non-identical stompboxes or multi-effects pedals (e.g. providing insights and tips on translating common parameters).
If you're patient and have time to dabble, you can perhaps get some of the sounds to work on a multi-effects pedal. I don't usually have the time. I eventually got a few of the patches sounding ok and close, using the useful effects sequence information, and general magnitudes of simple/clear effect parameters (e.g. gain). I had to experiment with more complicated and parameter-rich effects where parameters don't map closely at all (e.g. delay varieties and parameters) to bring them home.
One annoying thing is the track listing for the CD is (or at least was in the version I purchased) unlabeled. So, when you open the CD in your player you see the generic "track 1...100" for track names instead of the corresponding and useful tune titles in the table of contents.
the cd is pretty worthless since its just psuedo song tracks in the tones to give you an idea.
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