#1
Didn't know what forum/subforum to put this in, so feel free to move this thread wherever.

I was playing around with my amp EQ, and decided to scoop the mids around for fun. I started to play with scooped mids and started liking them, and then decided to dime the mids. It sounded pretty bad. I played around with that setting, and got used to it. I scooped them again, and it sounded incredibly thin. So have you ever found that EQ is relative to what you're used to?
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#2
yes although your pwn personal preference plays more into it
i dont like heavily scooped mids but for certain songs/ sounds ill scoop it a bit
#3
Everything is relative. Well, pretty much everything. Well, there are a few exceptions but none that have to do with gain of different frequency bands in an amplifier.
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yes although your pwn personal preference plays more into it
i dont like heavily scooped mids but for certain songs/ sounds ill scoop it a bit

sweet spelling mistake
and TS, i guess so, i never really notice how terrible my amps tone is till i come home to it after playing a freinds better amp
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