#1
How do you get clean notes on the low e string on this amp. When I set the amp to the clean channel, ADGBE are all clear and fine, but the low E puts out soo much bass even with the low nob all the way to the bottom setting.
2010 Epiphone Dot
2010 Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe
2009 Taylor 110 acoustic
#3
Like a quarter of the way up on the amp, all the way up on the guitar. Is that the problem? Kinda new to electric guitars.
2010 Epiphone Dot
2010 Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe
2009 Taylor 110 acoustic
#4
turn the guitar volume down a bit and see what that does for you
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#5
That helped a bit, didnt know that made a difference. Now I can mess around some more and see how it goes. Thanks guys!
2010 Epiphone Dot
2010 Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe
2009 Taylor 110 acoustic
#6
Thanks guys, with those tips I was able to get it to sound great!
2010 Epiphone Dot
2010 Gibson Les Paul Studio Deluxe
2009 Taylor 110 acoustic
#7
Now its time to get the amp to match the guitar! Love Gibson BTW, too bad Im cheapish rofl
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#8
Quote by dragoro
How do you get clean notes on the low e string on this amp. When I set the amp to the clean channel, ADGBE are all clear and fine, but the low E puts out soo much bass even with the low nob all the way to the bottom setting.


The cleanest channel on the vypyr is the twin green channel. Turn the pre gain about half way up and post gain a little higher. Hope that helps!
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