#1
I was wondering what it is that causes my 6th string (if let to ring out) TOTALLY overpowers the 5th and 4th's sound almost completely. Is there a way to fix this or is it the guitar? amp? thanks for the info ahead of time guys.

EDIT: Using: - ESP F-50
- Ernie Ball Fat bottoms
- Line 6 Spider III (yes i know don't bother telling me okay? lol)
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Last edited by BeastTheBand at Mar 6, 2009,
#2
mess with your treble middle and bass on the amp. i had that problem when i was an idiot and just cranked up the treble and left everything else really low thinking it was "good tone" haha. maybe try putting the treble at like 12 or 1 o'clock, middle at like 3 o'clock, and bass around 10 o'clock. this is where mine usually is and never seem to have that problem, hope it works man!
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#6
a correction to some of those who posted before. Dont turn treble down, turn the bass down.
He said the 6th string, i.e the low E which is affected by the BASS, not treble
#7
ok ill check it out and if it still does it ill check out my pups
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