#1
I'm sure you get plenty of these, but please help me. I'm a noob at electric guitar stuff and I need a hand making my amp sound less muddy. I have a Standard Strat and a Spider II and all the sounds I make are muddy. When I want to solo while still having droning bass notes, the bass chokes out the treble almost completely and all my sounds are tinny or just crap.
#2
well maybe there are some spider owners that can help with amp settings.

as far as the guitar goes. u can lower the bass side of the pickup ur using. and or roll back the volume a little.
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#3
What pickup are you using? Use the bridge if you're not already.

Turn down the bass, use more mids too.
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#4
Mids and treble up, bass down, with the bridge pickup. Or, if you're using a different pickup, set the tone knob to 10.
#5
dont use the insane channel. Its insanely crappy (pun intended).
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