#1
I bought a used Line 6 Flextone III, but there simply isn't enough high end (mids, treble) for my liking. Right now, to get a good sound, I have to turn the bass to about 4, and my mids, treble, and prescence to 10. It also needs more distortion, because I have to turn the drive up to 10.

So should I get an EQ pedal and a distortion pedal, or just a distortion pedal?

Also, should I get an overdrive pedal or distortion pedal?
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#3
^This
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#4
Have you tried changing your ears?

It's probably the model, like mentioned before.
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#6
Dude...change the model sim.
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#7
I have. I've tried every single model sim on it. No dice. The one that I finallyl used is a Soldano.
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#8
Try an EQ pedal then.
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