#1
ive been playing guitar for about 5 years now..and ive just heard the term "dont scoop your mids". and i might have an idea of what i means but im not really sure, if someone could just give an explanation real quick that would be great!

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#2
dont pull your mids out of your eq
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#4
typical noob EQ setting on your amp...

treble: 10
Mid: 0
Bass: 10

don't do it!
mids help you cut through the mix in a band situation
for metal tones i usually have mids about half way (5)
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#5
dont "scoop" I/E pull them down to negative levels.

scooping has it's pluses and pitfalls you get a "low bass sound" but with diminished clarity and volume.
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