#2
no presence?... presents... haha that paul gilbert is funny, but i have no clue wut it is i think its like how much of the high end u hear
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#4
It kinda boosts your treble
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#5
It's really high treble, above the treble control on your amp.
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#7
Presence is an effect generally found on bass amps. But they can be on guitar amps as well. Basically, it is similar to volume, yet different. (So hard to explain) Have you ever listened to drums? A lot of times, you don't hear the bass drum, you just feel it. That's kind of what presence does. It makes your sound more noticeable.
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