#1
I put the bass on 10 on my Marshall MG series 50DFX, and i hear no difference on the treble strings(the treble is on 10 also) is this normal, or amp is messed up, or i can't hear the difference?, thanx
#2
Well, sometimes the EQ has a balanced effect. So if you turn up the bass, the treble will go down. I'm not completely sure, but I think the bass has an effect on the treble strings, but it's just smaller because it mostly effects the bassier sounds...I think
#3
its really shouldnt have much of an effect since its only boosting the bass frequencies, if you want a bassier sound on your treble strings you need to turn the trble on your amp down.
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#5
Not to be rude, but it might just be because it is an MG? They don't have the greatest reputation around here.
#8
Dude turn down the Treble lol And the bass.

Oh and your high strings (G, B, E) wont give you low end thump..er...a lot of bass.
#9
i was thinkin the Randall all-tube 50watt is loud enough, and every other 1 is 2 much so sounds like thats the way 2 go and i like the sound of my amp wit the setting i have (best the MG is gonna get) i was just wondering if the bass should effect the treble strings
#12
lol this sound like the same thing with my pos squire amp. i think its just that the treble is at 10 too that you dont hear the difference which there wont be much of one either way)

turn down ur treble and u should be able to hear a difference
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