#1
I just got an Egnater Tweaker and a Schecter C-1 Classic. I love the combo but im having trouble finding a really good blues tone. Does anyone have experience with what settings to use?
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#2
I wish you were asking about a Rebel, I'm better with those.
Here's a starting point, though. For the switches:
Vintage Brit Clean Normal Deep
Master: 10 Treble: 8 Middle: 10 Bass: 9 Gain: adjust to taste.

Or, for more SRV-style crunch/twang:
Vintage USA Clean Bright Deep
Master: 10 Treble: 10 Middle: 6 Bass: 10 Gain: again, as much as you want.

Hopefully that works for ya.
#3
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I wish you were asking about a Rebel, I'm better with those.
Here's a starting point, though. For the switches:
Vintage Brit Clean Normal Deep
Master: 10 Treble: 8 Middle: 10 Bass: 9 Gain: adjust to taste.

Or, for more SRV-style crunch/twang:
Vintage USA Clean Bright Deep
Master: 10 Treble: 10 Middle: 6 Bass: 10 Gain: again, as much as you want.

Hopefully that works for ya.


Thanks ill try that out in the morning when i can crank it. The rebel has a really nice blues tone though, i saw it used today at the king of the blues.
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#4
vintage, USA, treb 3:00, mids 11:00, bass 1:00, clean, gain noon, master to desired volume, tight, bright. neck pup on the guitar.
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