#1
ok ive been playing and learning how to play metalcore lately but i wanna get it to sound the best it can.
right now i have a DOD Death Metal petal and a crate amp. the amp has an equalizer.. thats where im having problems.. cuz that means i have 2 equalizers.. one on my amp and one on my petal.. so how should i put them together to make them sound the most like bands like haste the day and still remains.

and also when i plug it in to the computer to record stuff can someone give me settings for JUST the petals equilizer to make it sound the best for the genre?
#2
um, only one way to find out what works for your setup: TRY STUFF.
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#3
either find a balance between them, or have clean sound on your amp n set the pedal to do the work.

computer thing i have no idea dude.
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#4
ok the main EQ you want to use is Volume - 0

nah just kidding. you'll want you treble fairly high with scoooped mids and plenty of bass.
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#5
I`d just go ahead and use the clean channel on the amp, then go ahead and run your eq on your pedal. You should try gettin a hold of a Boss Metal Zone pedal. Those things are badass...

p.s. listen to some All That Remains...they got some kickass metalcore riffs goin on.
#6
-Scoop the mids
-Crank the highs some to eliminate amp "farting"
-Boost the highs on your dist. pedal for bite


Find a good balance between the amp and pedal Eq's.
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