#1
im trying been trying to get my amp's eq set up right, but after 30 minutes it seems like the sound of the amp changes, could this be possible or is it ear fatigue?
#2
Possible. What amp is it?

Usually the best way to set the EQ is star with everything at noon, then adjust from there. With all the knobs in the exact middle, this is the amp's "natural" sound. Nothing boosted, nothing cut.
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#3
Some people say tube amps change the longer they're played. I've never really noticed this myself.
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#4
^ yeah

also could be ear fatigue too
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im trying been trying to get my amp's eq set up right, but after 30 minutes it seems like the sound of the amp changes, could this be possible or is it ear fatigue?


If you're running it a bit loud, ear fatigue is a definite possibility.

But tube amps do, sometimes, change over time. I have one that I've always turned on for a half hour before I need it. Just sits there, warms up, percolates. If I do that, it doesn't change after that.