#1
i've been wondering, what does the countor knob on my amp does??

what i mean is like, if you turn the bass knob up you get more bass and a mellower tone..

if you turn up your treble knob, you get a more lead tone..

that's what i mean. but i've got another question, is contour and mid the same??

haha, so for this amateur question. hope you guys will help me out..

thanks,
brandon
#2
The Contour knob basically scoops the mids out of the EQ. I'm guessing you have a Marshall of some sort?
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#3
It's probably an MG15DFX or 30.

But yeah, it pretty much does the opposite of the Mids EQ. I actually like how it sounds, it's one nice thing about that amp series.
#4
lol yeah..

it's a sucky MGDFX15..

so.. it's like the tone knob on a guitar?

when you turn it up, it gains more treble, and when you turn it down, it get more bass??

sorry if i don't get it xD
#5
Quote by OfficialBrad
lol yeah..

it's a sucky MGDFX15..

so.. it's like the tone knob on a guitar?

when you turn it up, it gains more treble, and when you turn it down, it get more bass??

sorry if i don't get it xD

I think its the opposite way.
#7
If you turn it up, the Mids get scooped for a more "metal" tone.
Turn it down, and it'll be a more open, classic rock-ish tone.
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