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[Getting started] How to Get Ready for Your First Gig - Part 1

How to Get Ready for Your First Gig - Part 1
The time has come, your band is ready for the big jump: Your first live gig as guitar player is imminent. However, your stress is rising at a rate that would shock any cardiologist. Stay cool — here are some tips that will help you get ready for that memorable event.

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All great tips. Since it's Part 1, I know there are more parts on the way. But as I read it, I couldn't help but think about how much time I put into learning how to tweak the settings on my amp and stomp boxes so that I was confident that I had the tone I wanted when the stage lights came on.
SteveGeetar
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All great tips. Since it's Part 1, I know there are more parts on the way. But as I read it, I couldn't help but think about how much time I put into learning how to tweak the settings on my amp and stomp boxes so that I was confident that I had the tone I wanted when the stage lights came on.
SteveGeetar


you and me both, brother. i have a notebook with mid/high/low/gain/master/fx settings drawn out with my own unique descriptions. sounds crazy, but was a major help
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