How to make my guitar ring like in Beast and the Harlot?

I wanna make my guitar ring like in the beginning of the song Beast and the Harlot by Avenged Sevenfold. Can anyone tell me how to do that please? Thank you.

Chosen Answer:

I gave a quick listen, and it’s really just distortion, and a bit of over-drive. (At the very beginning, there might be a bit of feedback, but it’s mixed lower in volume)

The lead solo sounds like parts are two guitars, but you could work around that by playing “double-stops.” (Playing two strings at once, rather than just single notes.)

Best of luck
by: Stan
on: 30th April 10

This entry was posted in News and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

5 Responses to How to make my guitar ring like in Beast and the Harlot?

  1. Djmonize13 says:

    if it’s the very beginning, you need to add vibrato on the stings and that should create some sustain. if it’s the part where you play at like the 12th fret of the d string,, you need a floyd rose for that.

  2. Holy SHIZ man! says:

    SImple.
    If you suck at guitar, you should already be able to play like him.

  3. Has Anyone Seen The Bridge? says:

    you need better pickups with longer sustain (maybe a getter guitar too??? i dont know what you play right now)

  4. foREVer.lexi.rip jimmy(a7x) says:

    Im not sure. Im sorry I can’t answer this:/. But Avenged Sevenfold is my favorite band.

  5. Stan says:

    I gave a quick listen, and it’s really just distortion, and a bit of over-drive. (At the very beginning, there might be a bit of feedback, but it’s mixed lower in volume)

    The lead solo sounds like parts are two guitars, but you could work around that by playing “double-stops.” (Playing two strings at once, rather than just single notes.)

    Best of luck

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*