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So, just curious, is it possable to get decent Metal Distortion out of a RP500? Because I've been messing with mine all day, and just can't get that ADtR, or TDWP sound I want out of it.
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I know this is in the wrong forum but i thought i'd still throw this out there.

I found that all the settings have the "amplifier" turned on. this is to simulate different amps like marshal, stacks, half-stacks, etc. Turn off the "amplifier" on the RP500 and then work from there. I found this helps A LOT in getting a better tone. And it doesn't sound so tinny.
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I know this is in the wrong forum but i thought i'd still throw this out there.

I found that all the settings have the "amplifier" turned on. this is to simulate different amps like marshal, stacks, half-stacks, etc. Turn off the "amplifier" on the RP500 and then work from there. I found this helps A LOT in getting a better tone. And it doesn't sound so tinny.



Dude, it works! Thank you so much man!
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