#1
So I heard that one of the reasons why my palm mutes gets really loud and bassy is because I'm using the distortion channel on my amplifier.

Is this true?
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#2
turn the bass knob down some. You probably have your mids scooped also, so turn them up some.

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probably too much bass and/or too much gain. a lot of people seem to think cranking the gain = insta-br00talz but actually it's insta-suckage most of the time.
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So I heard that one of the reasons why my palm mutes gets really loud and bassy is because I'm using the distortion channel on my amplifier.

Is this true?


The reason your palm mutes get loud and bassy is because your tone is loud and bassy.

On a helpful note, you probably just have too much bass. Ignore all the unhelpful people saying, "there is never too much bass" and what not. When the tone is overly bassy, palm mutes can sound very boomy and louder. Maybe try adding mids if you are playing scooped. What does your eq setting look like? What kind of amp, guitar, and pickups are you using? Helpful info.
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