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Old 12-17-2005, 10:46 PM   #1141
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Looking for a good SOAD tone.
On a fender strat hehe.

I have a 15 watt Marshall practice amp.

With Volume, Gain, Bass, Trebel and Contour knobs

Has FDD too.
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Old 12-18-2005, 12:22 AM   #1142
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How do I get that 'chainsaw' sound?
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I have a Zoom GFX-5 going into a Behringer V-ampire.

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I have an Ibanez Rg170DX

and A Peavey Rage 158 - it has a pre gain and post gain button, plus low, mid and high equalisation buttons.

What settings could I used to get a death metal esque sound?

Also in case you didnt notice i'm a massive newbie.

I have the same amp, the most you'll get is a harsh bluesy sound without a pedal.

Put the post gain on 0, pre gain on 10, then up the post gain for the volume.
And max the bass, it's a bit unresponsive on this amp though, scoop the mids, and put the highs around 7-10. Maybe even put the mids at 6 or 7 if you want it a bit more harsh. That's the best you'll get without a pedal really.
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Old 12-18-2005, 10:30 AM   #1143
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Any settings for Ted Nugent - Stranglehold sound.

I think it heavy clean crunch, but unable to pin it cleanly.


Boss Cube 30 amp

Self Made Fx stomps-
based on Fuzz face , big muff
and PC green Mc/vst AMP and other vst fx

Sony 500W buff speakers

SilkKone custom made speakers - 5000w - hostenberg (could be ghostenberg - not sure , it's partially visible only) gig amp (1971)
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