#1
I have a electroharmonix metal muff, boss metal zone, equalizer and others but those are the main pedals i use. I can get a great sound for heavy riffs but i can not seem to find out how to get the settings so it sounds nice for soloing, although i am not great at soloing yet i would like to play what i now on something that sounds good, so any hints on how to get a nice solo sound? Any help is much appreciated.
#2
for the solos cut the bass back some and bring out the treble and mid frequencies so you can cut through and sound smoother
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#4
Unless your EQ is a big part of your sound, set it to be a mid and slight treble boost, and cut your bass down a bit. Maybe add some gain as well.
#7
man just cut down the bass an add mids an treble an if you happen to have a compressor pedal use that, i do an it works great
#8
i do have a compression sustainer how should i set that for it?I use it but not very majorly at all, and my eq currently is set up just to give me a deeper tone for chunky riffs which isnt neccessary.
#11
ok well ive never used that one but on my Dyna Comp i have a output knob an a Sensitivity Knob an i turn the ouput to about the 2 o'clock position an i turn the sensitivity to the 11 o'clock position that may or may not work for you, an the way it will help is it will add a little more treble to your sound an make it more crisp an clean
#12
it has an attack, sustain, and tone knob, on it i will test different combinations with it

edit: how much will the order i have the pedals in differ in the sound currently going from my guitar to my amp in this order i have the metal muff, comp, and eq.
Last edited by thrashinghabit at Jan 29, 2008,
#13
i dont realy know but i mine set up like this Wah, Comp, Bad monkey, Phaser, Metalmuff