#1
I was wondering how I would set my Boss GE-7 pedal to boost my mids cause I have no idea on how to do that.
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#2
Obvious troll is obvious.


¦ Epiphone Sheraton II ¦ GFS Mean 90s ¦ Ampeg J-20 ¦
¦ Fulltone OCD ¦ MXR 6-Band EQ ¦ Behringer Chorus ¦ Artec Analog Delay ¦ EHX Holy Grail ¦
#4
Quote by JMcG92
Obvious troll is obvious.

Gtfo


Skierinanutshel is correct, boost the mids by placing the "middle" sliders to the top, and gently curve the sides downwards.

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#5
thnx guys now i understand
Concerts I've Been To:
Aerosmith x2
A Life Once Lost
Motley Crue
Pearl Jam
My Morning Jacket
Buckcherry
Velvet Revolver x3
Godsmack
Alice In Chains
Stone Temple Pilots
Iron Maiden
Red hot Chili Peppers
Lamb of God
Killswitch Engage
#6
Quote by Chrisiphone
Gtfo

Sorry but I seen the post and then his gear and thought he couldn't be serious.
anyway, yeah, "n" shaped.


¦ Epiphone Sheraton II ¦ GFS Mean 90s ¦ Ampeg J-20 ¦
¦ Fulltone OCD ¦ MXR 6-Band EQ ¦ Behringer Chorus ¦ Artec Analog Delay ¦ EHX Holy Grail ¦
#7
Quote by Skierinanutshel
make a frowny face with the sliders.


edit : <- use for reference




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