#1
Hello!
Yesterday I started to learn Master of Puppets. I play guitar only about 1 year and 1 month but I have to say that song is incredibly fun to play and I enjoy learning it a lot.

Well my question is what would be the best settings for Master of Puppets tone on my Roland Cube 30.

I want more precise info, because I was looking some old threads and those tone settings were like overall settings for Master of Puppets album. I need sound like in original song :P

I also need info which pickup to use neck or bridge....
#2
scooped mids, hi gain. bridge pickup.

treble - 10
+
mids - 0
+
Bass - 10
+
Gain - 10
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Last edited by Jhachey22 at Feb 3, 2009,
#3
Quote by Jhachey22
scooped mids, hi gain. bridge pickup.

treble - 10
+
mids - 0
+
Bass - 10
+
Gain - 10
______________
br00tal tonz

This, I have a cube 60, and I also set the mids to 10, and use the r-feir setting.
#4
Okay I tried this settings, pretty close. I get problems with too much bass tho. Probably because I play in a small room. I found better sound with 0 mids.
Any other ideas?
#6
If you are playing @ low volume, try this: Set it to R-Fier, engage the attenuator (or whatever they call it) crank the treble, mid around 9 O' clock and cut the bass (cut it almost all the way - the attenuator muddies it).
Last edited by 667 at Feb 3, 2009,
#7
Scooped mids yes, but not THAT extreme.
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#8
use these suggestions plus a little reverb
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