I have a Fender Mustang 1 amp, and would like to set it to maximize my ability to play hammers. Am I, in effect, asking how to maximize the sustain? How do I go about this on said amplifier?
does it have compression as an effect? if so, use that.

bear in mind, that'll sort of act like a crutch.

also if you just want a heavy distortion tone, it'll compress by itself.
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If you download the Fuse software to your computer, there is a compressor as an effect.

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