#1
hey guys ive been looking all around UG and the net and i cannot seem to find the amp settings for All That Remains. I am just learning how to play Six by them. I cannot stand playing a song without the correct settings. I need settings for gain, mid, bass, reverb, etc. If you guys know anything about these settings then please let me know.
#2
Quote by Guitarz4Life
hey guys ive been looking all around UG and the net and i cannot seem to find the amp settings for All That Remains. I am just learning how to play Six by them. I cannot stand playing a song without the correct settings. I need settings for gain, mid, bass, reverb, etc. If you guys know anything about these settings then please let me know.
You don't need their amp setting to be able to play their songs. and to get their sound your going to need more than just the right amp with the same settings. Your going to need the same guitar also. And they double track their guitars with possibly other amps and all kinds of studio gear and whatnot.
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#3
Jerm_ is right, Since it's ATR they probably have scooped mids and reverb around 10 o'clock. And I would just put gain all the way up. I don't know about the clean part of the song tho. Thats all I got.
#4
its not hard to find a good tone, just turn up you gain and treble, put your mids at half and your bass just over half, with a touch of reverb. And your amp might not be able to do it no matter how much you try. You need an amp with a metal tone. Also you realize the guitars are harmonized and overlayed so as many as four guitars are playing at the same time? and some of those guitars are double tracked too
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#5
thanks guys, i understand that i am not going to get the exact tone as them, but i just wanted the tone in that general area.
#6
Quote by RJMan
just turn up you gain and treble, put your mids at half and your bass just over half, with a touch of reverb.


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#8
Quote by jerm__
You don't need their amp setting to be able to play their songs. and to get their sound your going to need more than just the right amp with the same settings. Your going to need the same guitar also. And they double track their guitars with possibly other amps and all kinds of studio gear and whatnot.



lol, if you're trying to get a band's sound, you go for their amp first, NOT their guitars
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#9
Also, keep in mind every amp sounds different...if you aren't using their amp you might have to EQ differently (take away some treble or bass maybe)
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#10
Quote by kayman121
lol, if you're trying to get a band's sound, you go for their amp first, NOT their guitars

Ya thats what i said Amp, then guitar/pedals/cabs/whatnot/stuff/good stuff.
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#12
Quote by inflamesk8r
Just to let you know, ATR uses a Maxon OD-9 overdrive pedal.

why did you bump this??

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