#1
Ok so I just got a Landmine Distortion Pedal the company is a block away from me so I was like awee yeaaa hook me up lol. But yes, this is my first time rocking a pedal that isnt a foot switch. When using pedals do you need to balance your eq's on the pedal with the amp? like:

Treble: 10
Mids : 5
Bass: 8

Is what my pedal is set at,

Treble: 2
Mids: 5
Bass: 2

Is what my amps set at.

Is there a proper way to balance pedals with amps eq's?
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#2
I guess it depends on what sound you want to get.
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#3
Do whatever sounds good.
Are you using it as a boost to a crunch or using over a clean channel?

Try and aim for a tone that colours your amps natural sound, but still maintains elements of it.
#4
im using it over a clean channel, is there like a general rule of thumb or anything like if your treble = 20 turn it down or anything lol? im looks at the EQ's as the 2 combined
Jackson RR3 - BKP Painkiller/Warpig
Bugera 333XL 212
Pod Studio UX1
MXR Smart Gate
Hardwire CM-2
#5
Quote by Sheepbane
im using it over a clean channel, is there like a general rule of thumb or anything like if your treble = 20 turn it down or anything lol? im looks at the EQ's as the 2 combined


There really are no general rules for it. Just do what sounds good to you. Don't look at the EQ's as combined, I don't think it works like that.
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