#4
^^

Whatever sounds good to you. You won't be able to get a great tone out of a shitty starter amp like that.
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#5
What tone you looking for?
Clean, Crunch, Metal, etc
What guitar you using? single coil? Humbuckers?

From what I see on that amp (never actually heard one) it looks like a very basic beginner amp. Try the following;
Volume - 7
Treble - 6
Bass - 8
Use the volume on your guitar to add or reduce. I don't believe you will ever get a good tone from that amp though sorry

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#6
Inb4clothes.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#7
Thats what i mean its terrible. I want clean but it sounds shocking. Im using a fender squire so 3 single coil
Last edited by ChickenParmo at Sep 2, 2011,
#8
In this case your guitar isn't the culprit, it's the amp.

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#9
Start with the eq at 12 o clock and work your way from there.
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