7 errors you must avoid when wiring your guitar rig
How is a guitar system wired correctly? How do you avoid noise, hum and signal loss?
In my 7-part email coaching you will learn what you have to pay attention to. I'll explain easy to understand how to build your guitar rig correctly and how to get the best sound out of your rig!
In my free email coaching you will learn:
- How you avoid losses of dynamics and transparency?
- How you reduce noise to a minimum?
- How you avoid hum?
- What you have to pay attention to when powering the effectpedals?
- How does the effects order affect the signal?
- Why a true bypass looper improves the sound quality?
- What you have to pay attention to on cables and how the rig is wired correctly?
- And much more ...
These tips help you to avoid tone sucking mistakes and get the best sound you've ever had! Wire your dream rack for a maximum of tone clarity and transparency by avoiding simple rookie mistakes.
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Hi, I'm Lukas Truninger - author of this email coaching and the e-book "The Ultimate Guitar Rig Building Guide". I've been touring across Europe with bands like Accept, Krokus, Udo Jürgens (Pepe Lienhard Orchestra) and many others. I worked as guitar tech / backliner and later on also as an audio engineer and a tourmanager.
In 2002, I founded Prostage. Prostage develops and manufactures high-quality systems for controlling guitar systems: Looper / Switcher, MIDI Foot Controller and the special MIDI-controlled WahWah with a pure analog signal path.
I am Swiss, but I’v been living and working in Spain for many years now. Here in the EU, the production costs are much cheaper than in Switzerland. But one thing remains: the Swiss quality standard! My goal is absolutely reliable guitar rigs from which you get the best possible sound out of your equipment.
Today, Wolf Hoffmann of "Accept" and Jared Hardmann of "Flyleaf" are just two of many guitarists who successfully tour worldwide with Prostage products.
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