#1
Yo guys, I just wanted to get some thoughts/opinions on using an attenuator when recording. My neighbors often get pissed and have called the cops when I'm tracking my boogie at a pretty huge volume, I find I can't get a good recorded sound unless I crank it up.

I don't know if it's the pushed speaker sound, or the amp itself being cranked, has anyone used an attenuator for this? I'd like to hear some comparisons to the attenuator opposed to the pushed speaker sound.
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#2
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#3
An attenuator will definitely help. They have a tendency to shave off some treble, but this problem can easily be solved by adjusting your EQ slightly.