#1
As you see in my sig im a total noob and have a microcube. what amp settings would you guys recomend for just practicing chords and chord progression
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#2
Quote by SKOOBEY
As you see in my sig im a total noob and have a microcube. what amp settings would you guys recomend for just practicing chords and chord progression


I would say anything is good, but it actually doesn't matter just do the sound you like.
Try everything out and play a few types of sound it's always better to have a wider range of guitar sounds than only one.
hope it helps
#4
Thanks. I figured it would be good if I played them through the clean channel with the tone set half way and all the effects turned off to get a pretty accurate sound
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#5
I say the best way is on the clean channel so you can't cover up your mistakes with mountains of gain.
#6
Quote by SKOOBEY
Thanks. I figured it would be good if I played them through the clean channel with the tone set half way and all the effects turned off to get a pretty accurate sound

Or going unplugged would even be better
#8
I was thinkin of doing that but read somewhere it wasn't the best way
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#9
Quote by SKOOBEY
I was thinkin of doing that but read somewhere it wasn't the best way


Not true...

If you can't make a chord sound good unplugged, it won't sound good plugged in either...

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#11
Quote by jonmo1
Not true...

If you can't make a chord sound good unplugged, it won't sound good plugged in either...


my guitaring life motto.....