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Old 2008-02-29, 00:43
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new and i need amp help

i got a jay tuser clasick10 amp and am not sure how the hell to get the rite sounds for some bands any 1 help me out i like misfits guns and roses iron maden green day i have no dam clue how to set it rite and i need help so if ya know how to tone thes will ya post it
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Old 2008-02-29, 11:30
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i got a jay tuser clasick10 amp and am not sure how the hell to get the rite sounds for some bands any 1 help me out i like misfits guns and roses iron maden green day i have no dam clue how to set it rite and i need help so if ya know how to tone thes will ya post it


man, its hard for us to tell you because i doubt any of us have that amp. Its honestly just turning 3 or 4 knobs. One good suggestion i always like to throw out there is keep your mids above half -- GNR and green day seem to keep them reallllly high.
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Old 2008-02-29, 12:45
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tbh, turn your drive nearly right the way up, get bass to half way or a bit over, mids 3 to 4 depending on what you like, nice bit of treble.

very easy to mess around with and get tones though.
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To be honest, and I'm not trying to be mean, thinking that you can match your sound by just altering the EQ just isn't going to happen. The Mids probably alter the sound the most (unless you are diming treble/ zeroing bass or vice versa). Getting an accurate representation of sounds all rely on guitar woods/ bridge type/ pickup choice/amp voicing/ effects etc. You are not going to be able to turn the bass up and bam GNR nor turn the treble up and get Iron Maiden. The best thing is to fiddle with the EQ until you find something you like (mids are your friend), then set your gain to suit. If you are just starting out, a Multi-effects pedal will really open up the sounds available to you. Check out the stuff from Boss, Korg and Zoom.
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