#1
hey guys i just bought a boss gt 10 today, its all great and stuff but i dont really find any of the presets very suited to the sound i want.

the type of sound i want is a very fluid distortion sound, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2yNsCdbLd8&feature=related, something along that line (lol i am not a herman li fan but i love the sound in that video).

if anyone can help me out on how to use the gt 10 to get that sound, it will be really great.

thanks
#2
Why, Why, WHY did you buy it then?!

Seems everyone buy stuff when they have never heard it, or just because it has a brand name.
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#3
o_o Didn't you test it out before you bought it? Where's the logic in spending 500 dollars on something you don't even like?
#5
Speaking as a previous owner of the GT-10, Ultimately, you're NOT going to get the tone you are looking for (especially for metal). Please realize that in the 30 day return policy window so you're not out $500.
#8
Take some time and play around with the preamp settings, and try everything out. Read the manual and learn to use it.

I've created a decent Mesa Rectifier tone on mine.
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#9
well of course the presets arent gonna be that great, your gonna have to learn how to make your own.
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#10
is there any websites or anything to download patches and learn to make tones? the mannual is great but it would be nice if i had more sources..