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    How To Get Feedback?

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    I use a Toneport and can't use a real amp for recording(getting feedback anyway). I've looked at the Sustaniac system-too expensive and the Acoustic Feedback plugin- don't know how practical that would be for real time use. Any suggestions?

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    Here's an acoustic feedback plugin:
    http://www.kvraudio.com/get/2970.html

    I've never tried it, and it's $99.

    *Update: Doh I just realised that the acoustic feedback plugin you mentioned, is probably the same one I'm thinking about.
    I think it would be suitable for real time control, since it supports midi foot controllers. You'd probably link it to the "feedback amount".

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    What exactly are you looking for? What type of feedback?

    I use a keeley modded ibanez AD-9 with the oscillation mod on the stock pedal to induce feedback. Not sure if that's kinda what you're looking for or not.

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    Thanks, i think since Uncle Sam sent my Economic Stimulus check I may blow $99 on the Acoustic Feedback VST. I watched a demo and it sounds killer.

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    Or a very small amp....

    I've recorded feedback in my living-room, with a small Pignose amp.

    With a nice overdrivepedal in front, and playing close to it, it starts feeding back at almost talking levels.

    A tad boxy sound, but nothing a decent micing and EQ can't handle. And so much fun I almost peed my pants!
    \m/ WAR OUT!! \m/

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    Here is something I use with the tone port. Get an e-bow and then set it to the harmonic overtone setting. If you loop it then you can play with the pitch of the loop. Hopefully I can get that up when I finish recording tracks with my band.

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