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Old 2005-01-23, 21:39
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Mike using a Marshall?? Thats odd, he's used the 5150's for awhile, until recently.. now he "uses" Kranks.. And Kris still uses the XXX's which he gets for free, and his LTD's which he also gets for free

yep it was a marshall alright

i made special note of it

halfthe reason i went was to see what they were using
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Old 2005-01-24, 03:17
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thx for all those amp settings, i saw Kris from darkest hour say his amp settings on his website. he has...... Gain 5 contour 5 treble 5 Bass 5
and he also says he also likes....... Gain 5 contour 5 treble 5 Bass 7-8

and yea the new album will be kick ass cant wait as well.. Kris and mike did say there will be more solos on that album to

and the kind of amp i will be getting soon is the 5150 212 ( maybe in 2 weeks or so ), i already have 2 EMG's 85/81. on a quest to get my sound as close to them as possible
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Old 2005-01-24, 10:56
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Old 2005-01-24, 19:01
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agreed


metalcore is pretty gay except i kind of like darkest hour

listen to some real metalcore...

besides... c'mon, you listen to death metal
i have this thing, before i listen to someones opinion of "music", i must know what they listen to. i talent isnt necisarrily in how much you blast beat, how deep you growl, and how much muddy and sloppy random tremelo picking you do. i like bands that play real songs.
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Old 2005-01-29, 09:17
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It seems like pretty much all metalcore bands use 5150s so my advice is to buy a 5150.
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Old 2005-01-29, 10:14
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listen to some real metalcore...

besides... c'mon, you listen to death metal
i have this thing, before i listen to someones opinion of "music", i must know what they listen to. i talent isnt necisarrily in how much you blast beat, how deep you growl, and how much muddy and sloppy random tremelo picking you do. i like bands that play real songs.

Im curious what bands are real metalcore?

when i think metalcore i think Bleeding through, Atreyu(worst band ever), Hopesfall,Sworn enemy, and NJ bloodline

are these real metalcore bands?

PS I love throwdown, they rule
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random tremelo picking>random breakdowns
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Old 2005-01-29, 21:56
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Im curious what bands are real metalcore?

when i think metalcore i think Bleeding through, Atreyu(worst band ever), Hopesfall,Sworn enemy, and NJ bloodline

are these real metalcore bands?

PS I love throwdown, they rule



Bleeding through, is metalcore.
Atreyu, hopesfall are both pop hardcore ( fashioncore )
sworn enemy, is like power metalcore etc.. throwdown, hatebreed, nj blood

metalcore usually has alot of breakdowns after a speedy riff
hardcore doesnt have breakdowns at least not alot and is more punk influenced.

check out the band , between the buried and me , best fuckin metalcore band till this day!!!
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what are some standard and popular amp settings for metalcore.
Gain ?? Contour ?? treble ??
im trying to sound like, Unearth, As i lay dying , kill switch engage, converge,
Black dahlia murder, darkest hour , something along those lines. thx


You'll get ignorant replies from ignorant assholes. They're more concerned with 'correct' metal genres than guitar tone- so f%^& 'em.

KSE use H&K Triaxis heads (bit like the Boogie DR's) with a damn good preamp and maybe an outboard Boss to tidy shit up. If you can't afford more than the Boss pedal then try a LINE 6- it has an 'insane' setting, but things get out of control at higher dB.

Screw around with the EQ, you'll find with the right guitar & pickup configuration most sounds are possible. You can achieve the gain using an ML-2 or something similar run through a decent tube amp.
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Old 2007-12-29, 14:09
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Wow, ALMOST a 3 year old thread. Im pretty sure hes gotten all the replies he needs.
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