#1
I had a jam session in my garage with drums, bass and guitar. I'm a guitarist but no one else could play drums so I filled that spot. I had earplugs in so I wouldn't kill my ears. Everything sounded muffled to me. Like the sound quality was low. Is this because of the garge acoustics or shity amps?

Guitar used a Marshall MG30DFX.

Not sure what the bass amp was but it was a similar size. Drums were played close to ful volume. Anyone know what problem I have? Is it because I'm so close to the drums? I've listened without earplugs as well and it's pretty much the same.
#2
If they were regular sponge earplugs, then they would muffle things quite a bit. You can get custom-fitted earplugs that allow all of the frequencies through, but just turn things down a notch.
#3
Quote by Boxxxed
Is this because of the garge acoustics or shity amps?

Guitar used a Marshall MG30DFX.

confirmed
^Note: Probably sarcastic
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#4
My earplugs were these 30 dollar plastic drum earplug things I got from the music store. They had what seems like layers of plastic in a cone shape. Dunno if that's descriptive enough but they were expensive so I assume they were meant for music
#5
probally acoustics and the earplugs (they tend to muffle allot for me). The amp shouldnt be to bad, I like it (ive got one) but allot of people dont. anyway... what do I know..
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#6
Quote by Deep*Kick
confirmed


I use my computer's amp modelling software and output it through the cabinet of that marshall so the head wasn't in use. I assume the cabinet is still low quality? Because the computer outputs amazing tone.