#6
imagine that this is a graphic EQ:

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O | | | | | | O  
| O | | | | O |  
| | O | | O | | 
| | | O O | | |  
lo    mid     hi
#7
go on the musicians friend site and find the MXR Kerry King EQ. then, pull up the manual on the adobe acrobat. on the first page of the manual, it shows the settings that Kerry King uses. it looks like a moderate frowny face, which means the mids are boosted. this is what he says he uses. a lot of metal guitarists say that the mids should be scooped out, but I find that is not true, that they actually should be boosted UP.
#8
Oh alright. I thought you guys were talking about a 3 band EQ. Much harder to picture three knobs making a smiley face. Thanks for putting up with my stupidity and for answering.
#9
Quote by kyrreca
If your EQ looks like this your audience will look like this


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#10
Quote by Cofflecakes
Sigged for a week


Um, you havent sigged it.
#11
sure did mate. They never come up straight away.
Quote by kyrreca
If your EQ looks like this your audience will look like this
#13
smiley face EQ is a formation of the bands on a graphic EQ that makes the parameters form a smiley face. all it does really is almost mutes the guitars.
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#14
Quote by kyrreca
If your EQ looks like this your audience will look like this


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#15
A little Mona Lisa smile is ok but a big wide-toothed grin is a no-no.