#1
I've gotten really good tones from my new bugera 6260 so far, but i cant seem to find a good bullet for my valentine type of tone, like from the song "Suffocating under words of sorrow" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zi-e5XXRs6I

anyone have any advice on EQing?

And yes, i've tried the settings in the settings thread and they didn't sound so good.
Guitar: Ibanez RGR321 EXBK

Amp: Bugera 6260 head + 4x12 cab
#2
if you couldn't find a good setting there then just play around - you're probably not going to nail it anyways, so just find what you like instead

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#3
Bullet for my valentine
High-Gain amp Model.
Bass-6
Mid-5
Treble-8

Taken from 'The NEWER ultimate Settings Thread'
Play around with it to get the sound you like.

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#4
hey whether you find the tone your looking for or not, wouldnt mind hearing some recordings of your 6260
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#5
^I have a bunch on my profile if you'd like to take a listen.

To TS: I've messed around with a lot of different tones on my 6260, and the best one that works for most metal is all EQ at about 7, with maybe a little more high, but not quite to 8, Gain at about 8, and presence from 0 to 2. Try it out
#6
I'd just dial in enough gain and put everything else where you want it. Dont seem that hard on this amp.