#1
The eq's i use to play punk stuff is gain at 3-4, bass at 6 mid at 3 and treble at 4. It kinda just sounds blended together and it rings out a little longer than i would like when i change from chord to chord. Any suggestions?
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#3
Mids and a little more treble. I keep my treble pretty much at 12 o'clock and then I switch between mids at 5 o'clock and 3 o'clock. I have my bass between 2 and 3 o'clock. Gain varies from song to song, but mids really help chord clarity.
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#4
Bass should never be higher than your mids or treble unless you want to sound like ass.

Maybe turn the gain down a bit, get better at muting with both hands and get cleaner with your fretting and picking.
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#5
It depends on the chord voicing vs. how much gain you're using. Some notes just won't come through clearly in the context of a full chord voicing. It's why power chords are often the go to in genres like metal and punk.