#1
What is the best setting to achieve a classic rock tone (ie. Boston) such as knob positions and amp setting etc. Thanks
Gear:
Fender '72 Telecaster Custom Black
Fender American Strat Chrome Blue
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Heritage Cherry (Jazz/JB)
Takamine EG530SSC (acoustic)
VOX AD50VT
Ibanez Tube Screamer
E-H Deluxe Memory Man
#2
the best classic rock tones are probaly the AC30 or Uk 70's amp model, I myself like my Gain at: 1 o'clock
Volume:Max
Treble :12 o'clock or Midway
Middle: 3 o'clock
Bass: 9 o'clock
and I use Reverb

or if you have a distortion pedal I love the tone of the Black 2x12 with my MT2 Metal Zone and Neck pickup on my strat for soloing.
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My Rig:
Customized Squire Strat
Vox Valvetronix 100VT
Boss MT2 Metal Zone
Dunlop Crybaby
Ernie Ball strings
#3
Mine's been buzzing alot unless I turn the Bass all the way down. Is this just a bad speaker, or can something else cause that problem?
#4
Bad pickups.
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