How bad guitar tones can be good tones

I made the worst guitar tones I could, and recorded a song using them. Why, and did I learn something doing it?

0:00 Coming up
0:10 Why?
0:25 How I did it
2:08 The result
3:22 What I learned
4:20 Soloed tracks
5:12 Outro

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