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 Post subject: Thick metal tone?
PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 10:50 am 
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So I have noticed a few things about the settings that are on here, most of them are really similar which is fine, however I am still not finding the tone that I am looking for. I'd like to get a tone that's thick but not honky, cutting but not piercing and mid driven but not nasally. I don't have any mods and I have an ISP decimator and mxr 10 band in the gate
Here's what I'm setting at now using od orange on both channels.

I have them setup where the sound is noticeably different but I'm still not where I want to be. Maybe a nice system of a down tone like on the album toxicity. Thanks ahead of time! [smilie=gt-happyup.gif]


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AMPS: JVM 410H (MODS:MM MAR100c 3H CHOKE, MM JVM410 OT, PLEXI MOD W/1uF cap, -ve feed back mod (charlotte method)) W/MARSHALL 1960A and 1960B (X)
GUITARS: GIBSON LP VOODOO,GIBSON EXPLORER (EMG81,60), LTD ECLIPSE EC 2005 (EMG81,60)LTD EX 400(EMG 81,60) Epiphone explorer '84 reissue (emg 81,85)
STUFF: MXR 10 BAND, MAXON OD 808, ISP DECIMATOR, BOSS TU3 tuner, TC G Major, Line 6 relay G30 wireless, Dimebag Wah, moog expression pedal, RJM Mastermind midi controller.
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 Post subject: Re: Thick metal tone?
PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 4:40 pm 
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Try using OD1 Red, Gain under 3, Bass over 1 o'clock, mids high (3 o'clock), treble around noon-ish. Resonance/Presence to taste.

Hey, that EQ curve looks kinda familiar [smilie=icon_biggrin.gif]

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 Post subject: Re: Thick metal tone?
PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 5:03 pm 
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Jackie wrote:

Hey, that EQ curve looks kinda familiar [smilie=icon_biggrin.gif]


It's quite possible the metal gods had a lot to do with that...or too much creeping on your forums [smilie=icon_lol.gif]

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GUITARS: GIBSON LP VOODOO,GIBSON EXPLORER (EMG81,60), LTD ECLIPSE EC 2005 (EMG81,60)LTD EX 400(EMG 81,60) Epiphone explorer '84 reissue (emg 81,85)
STUFF: MXR 10 BAND, MAXON OD 808, ISP DECIMATOR, BOSS TU3 tuner, TC G Major, Line 6 relay G30 wireless, Dimebag Wah, moog expression pedal, RJM Mastermind midi controller.


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