#1
Hello! Here's my question:

How can I get the breakup/overdrive sound that you can get from a Matchless DC30 with the gear I have?

I've got a Fender USA Tele Pro (with a Fender Custom Humbucker in the bridge and a traditional Tele neck pickup), a Vox AC30C2, and an MXR 10 Band EQ.

I can't turn up the amp that much because I have neighbors. Also, cranking up the channel volume is ok because I can roll off the volume on my guitar to get a clean tone. I don't want to buy anything new and just use the gear I have.

You can get a good glimpse of the tone I'm looking for in this video, and you can clearly see that Matt Bellamy (the guitarist) is using a Matchless DC30.



So, with the gear I have, how could I get a tone like that? What settings should I use on my AC30C2 and my EQ pedal, or is it impossible for me to get a tone like that with the gear I have?
Last edited by kaiburns1 at Dec 29, 2016,
#2
maybe drop the mids and increase the treble?
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