#1
What do I need to add to my gear to get that very tight rhythm sound as on Master Of Puppets, without getting fizzy or too trebley. I have a Peavey Valveking 112 on max gain, a high pup in my Jackson Kevin Bond signature model. I added a Bad Monkey as a tube gain boost, but it's not brutal or tight enough. I also want the versatility to go with boosted mids as Laiho, Bodom.
Thanks!
#2
Try a fulltone OCD?
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What do I need to add to my gear to get that very tight rhythm sound as on Master Of Puppets, without getting fizzy or too trebley. I have a Peavey Valveking 112 on max gain, a high pup in my Jackson Kevin Bond signature model. I added a Bad Monkey as a tube gain boost, but it's not brutal or tight enough. I also want the versatility to go with boosted mids as Laiho, Bodom.
Thanks!



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just look around there

if that doesn't help you, then ask again
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#4
what's the setting of your bad monkey? Maybe your sound requirement is too high? before, I thought more gain is better.
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#5
Tbh a Valveking isn't going to get close to that tight rhythm type sound, all I can suggest is go to your local store, and if they have a VK in stock ask to try it with the OD pedals they have in, and see if any better OD's will tighten the sound up a bit more.

And also, don't max the gain. Keep the gain at about 7 (2' Clock ish I think) and use your bridge pickup.
#6
TURN THE GAIN DOWN!
then boost it lightly, and pick really hard.

I dunno why everyone thinks MoP has high gain, its fairly low gain with a controlled high end. But remember, you NEED to layer your amp to get the exact sound, so don't go for it exactly unless you have more than one amp.
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#7
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Try a fulltone OCD?


I don't think the OCD is going to do that type of Br00tal tbh.
#8
Turn the gain on your amp to about 6/7. Put your gain on your bad monkey low or even 0. Turn the level of the bad monkey to 10. Works well
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What do I need to add to my gear to get that very tight rhythm sound as on Master Of Puppets, without getting fizzy or too trebley. I have a Peavey Valveking 112 on max gain, a high pup in my Jackson Kevin Bond signature model. I added a Bad Monkey as a tube gain boost, but it's not brutal or tight enough. I also want the versatility to go with boosted mids as Laiho, Bodom.
Thanks!

You need an EQ pedal - you want to tame 800hz.
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#11
Turn your gain down. I was like that before. Thought that too much gain is better.
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You need an EQ pedal - you want to tame 800hz.


I'd never thought I needed an EQ - can you explain?
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