#1
my distortion on my Behringer LX210 V-Ampire worked really good when i got it. then, a couple of days ago, i decided to jack around with it and make it sound a little better. well, i screwed it up and now it sounds worse. i want a distortion that sounds punkish, not metalish. and i want it to be quiet when im not playing anything, then have a nice punky feel when i start playing again, like i had it before, and like it sound with a pedal i have. does anyone have any eq advice or what i should do to fix it and put it back?
#2
...mess around with it?
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#3
see if you can reset the whole bugger to factory defaults.

sounds like you changed a setting and it saved it, like noise reduction.
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#5
when im playing around with an amp, i usually set all the eq controls to the middle of their range, then its just trial and error till i like the sound i get
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#6
yeah ok for a good punk tone you gennerally want high mids treble somewhere in the middle and a moderately low bass, at least thats what i do, just mess around with it.
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#8
^

Read the manual (if you have one) If not you can always download the manual straight off Behringer's website...
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yeah ok for a good punk tone you gennerally want high mids treble somewhere in the middle and a moderately low bass, at least thats what i do, just mess around with it.



So it sounds tinny and weak?

**** that, I have my high around 7 bass around 7 and mid and 4 with the gain at 7, sounds great


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