#1
I have a Squier Strat and a Frontman 15G amp. On the strat, what do the two tone knobs do? (I know it changes tone, but what exactly is the tone?) And for the amp, I have a few knobs. What does the gain, drive volume, treble, middle, and bass do? Can someone explain what each one means? Thanks in advance.
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#2
I have the same pack.

Turn the tone knobs to 0 and play, and then turn them to 10 and play. You will see a difference.

Turn the gain to 10. Drive volume is the overdrive (distortion) volume.

Play with the treble, middle and bass knobs to find your sound.
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#3
The tone knobs cut or boost the higher frequencys in the guitar pickups. Drive is the amount of distortion. A generally good idea is to keep you bass around 7, your mids around half maybe, and the treble almost at full. It should give u a decent distorted sound.
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I have the same pack.

Turn the tone knobs to 0 and play, and then turn them to 10 and play. You will see a difference.

Turn the gain to 10. Drive volume is the overdrive (distortion) volume.

Play with the treble, middle and bass knobs to find your sound.

+1 just fiddle with it
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+1 just fiddle with it

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It's impossible to properly describe what they do and have it make sense, experiment with them and listen for yourself - you'll be able to HEAR what they do for yourself.
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