Like all art forms and/or genres, musicians always need to seek out new inspiration. This is essential news for beginning artists just starting out in the experimentation with their career-oriented dream or new musical hobby. This short informational article wishes to inspire all those trying out new things with their brand new or second-hand (yes, life is just so unfair, why are those musical instruments so expensive) musical instruments, and motivate them to practice regularly to make a success of their hobby or dream career.
The late George Harrison of Beatles fame did not become an instant hit overnight. He practiced long and hard into the night while his guitar gently wept in the most beautiful way. To get those distinct sounds that immediately draw the folk and rock musical enthusiasts to recognize that it could only be the dark horse that produced such sounds, Harrison would have been practicing for a number of his youthful and inspirational years.
More than likely, he did experiment with a compressor pedal. To get that unique sound effect, it would be ideal if you could test every available pedal at your disposal. But such is life. Most specialists goods, music instruments and their implements included, are not readily available, but can be widely sourced from the World Wide Web. It is a recommended exercise for the beginning guitarist to read and research reviews well so that he or she can find the best compressor pedal that will meet and match his or her special requirements to do with not just the musical talent but unique physique and mind to body functioning.
Either way, no matter the music genre being practiced, the pedal remains a useful practice tool.