#1
So, i have a cube 60.

I'm looking for a nice setting for my acoustic setting (built in).

Anyone care to share?
Gear:
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Peavey Delta Blues
#2
Set the model to "Acoustic Simulator"?

Just throwin' that in there as a wild stab in the dark...
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#3
I use that with my electro-acoustic and it gives me the best tone I could imagine... identical to Nothing Else Matters.
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#4
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Set the model to "Acoustic Simulator"?

Just throwin' that in there as a wild stab in the dark...


Aww come on. I'm not THAT stupid. Maybe i should have said EQ settings.
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Epiphone EDS-1275
Epiphone Les Paul
Schecter C-1+
Peavey Delta Blues
#5
make sure try adjusting ur guitar's volume.
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#6
Just read the original post properly - don't mean to sound rude, but is there something wrong with people nowadays?

Amps have knobs on them, they move. When you move them the sound changes, that's all. They don't make your legs fall off, they don't make the amp explode and they don't kill kittens* . Plug your guitar into the amp and muck around with it until it sounds nice, that's what people do. I see people asking about the slightest thing on this site "What does the pickup selector do", "How do I get my sound less bassy", "How do I get so-and-so's tone?"

Answer - you muck around with your gear until it sounds right. If you can't do that then there's no point asking people becasue if you can't find it on your own then you certainly aren't going to know if the settings somebody else gave you sound right.

*MG's not withstanding
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#7
^ Many a kitten has found its demise at the hands of a marshall MG series amp
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#8
Ahh. You make more sense now Mr. Seagull. Thankyou.
Gear:
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Epiphone EDS-1275
Epiphone Les Paul
Schecter C-1+
Peavey Delta Blues
#9
Honestly, just fiddle about with it...it's the best way

Everyone's ears are different, everyone's guitar is different, everyone's room has different acoustics (Mine contains an Ibanez Talman...ba-dum *tsh*) . Some people love the big boomy sound of a Martin dreadnought, others prefer the brighter, treblier tone of some of the more modern acoustics. That being the case, other peoples suggestions could end up sounding downright gash to your ears. Best thing to do is start with all the EQ's flat and take it from there.
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