#1
I have the Boss MT-2 Metal Zone, and when I first plugged it in I had a kick*ss sound from it. Since then I have played with settings and lost that sound.

Should I have the EQ and gain controls on the amp all the way down and just use the EQ and gain on the pedal to change the sound? I turned the gain all the way down on my amp, and I got no sound. I turned the gain up just a little, and I got a horrible distortion.
Last edited by KirkHammett2005 at May 17, 2006,
#2
Have the batterys gone dead/lost power?

Have your amp on a clean channel.
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#4
The Metal Zone is quite a wild beast and so you absolutely do not need any gain on the amp to begin with as it'll sound like a bunch of circular saws loose in a metal warehouse.
#5
If the battery is dead you should be able to tell from the light, if it starts dimming, then replace the battery.

But metalzones can also do with a checkup sometimes, if your sounds goes off take it to a guitar shop, they regularly fix them up in my part of the woods. Nothing has to be broken it can just start to loose some of its sound.
#6
if you turn the gain down you wont get a sound. you need it on clean channel
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#7
I doubt this is the problem, but it could be your EQ if the mids are turned way up. For a metal tone, turn the mids down below the bass and treble.
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#8
you need to explain your dilemma a little more thoroughly because I dont see what ur trying to say.
#9
OK I edited my first post. Hopefully it's a bit clearer.

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I doubt this is the problem, but it could be your EQ if the mids are turned way up. For a metal tone, turn the mids down below the bass and treble.


Yeah I had the mids scooped and the bass and treble at about 3 or 4 oclock.