#1
hey all i have a bugera 333xl head and matching cab.
the thing is awesome but its more british sounding then american. apart from buying a 6262/changing tubes is there anyway to tighten it up a bit?
i have a isp decimator for those chugging staccato sections but i still cant help but find them a bit... well flabby.
im playing through a ibanez s470 with BKP Miracle man in the bridge, drop c tuning.
Thanks in avance
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#2
You could try a compressor pedal.
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#3
...tubescreamer?
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#4
Can't really got wrong with an OD and/or EQ pedal IMO

will tighten the bugger right up!!
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#6
i just bought a green rhino and thats an amazing od. i posted a npd with a little review if you want to learn more about it. i thought it stomped all over the other the other ods.
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#8
OD OD OD!
My vote falls on the Green Rhino! Try one if you can.
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OD OD OD!
My vote falls on the Green Rhino! Try one if you can.

my stuff:
schecter c-1+
ibanez rg3exfm1
schecter avenger 7-string with emgs
esp/ltd mh-50
peavey 6505+ 112 combo
tc electronic polytune
way huge green rhino
mxr micro flange
mxr smart gate
dunlop crybaby
#10
ill borrow my mates tubescreamer and see how tht goes, i have an old eq pedal somewhere so ill try dig that out. what settings would it be? cut bass and add mids? adjust treble to taste?

thanks for the help btw guys
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Last edited by stig354 at Sep 12, 2011,
#11
I actually think the matching cab is more of your problem honestly. Those cabs don't have the greatest speakers and are cheaply made. If you get a chance try to play it through a good quality cab and see what you think. I mean you will probably what a boost later anyway at some point so def look into some but that may only do so much.
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#12
+1 on tubescreamer

though i'm guessing the matching cab isn't helping either
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