#1
I have a older peavey studio pro 40 with a peavey t-60, something is just giving out too much bass,, I cant even strum becuase the 6th string takes away all the sound from everything, my amp does not having a setting for ""bass"". It has
[under gain}
Pre bright
saturation
post.

[under equalizer]
Low.
mid.
pull thick.

[under master]
Reverb.

I try to play alot of punk. I really did try to follow the ultimate settings thread, but it has none of the settings for my amp has, so im a little lost.

Could some one possible give me a reason why my guitar is pulling so much bass? could he be tuned down too much?
#2
"Low" would be bass, it being, y'know, "low" sounding 'n' all...

Also roll the tone up on your guitar and use the bridge pickup, which is more treble-y. If none of this works, you're just screwed...
Feel free to ignore my ranting.

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#3
Lower the bass side of your pick-ups too.

The tuning might also be it. what tuning are you using?
#4
Low is probably bass. Lower that. Use the bridge pickup also. Neck pickups have a more bassy tone. you could also lower your pickups as said above.