#1
I usally play using an effects pedal and everything sounded good, always has, but i decided to play with the randall overdrive sound.... as expected sounded good

and then i turned off overdrive and tried it clean.... the lower notes sounded distorted (almost like fret buzz) and the higher notes sounded horribly dull.... it sounded amazingly awful... with all the EQ's at 5.

Is it supposed to be that bad clean? or is mine just broken?
#2
it probably has a small 10 inch speaker in it, and if your runnign it at high volumes your probably getting some speaker distorion in it. either that or it has crappy clean channnel.
Amps:
Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
Epiphone Valve Standard
Epiphone Valve Junior
B-52 st-100
Guitars:
Greco 1980 LP black beauty 3 pickup, emg 81TW, 81, 85
Univox les paul
Custom Stratocaster replica, emg 81 and 2 emg SA
Johnson Stratocaster
#3
try turning the voume knob on your guitar down a little see if that helps
Amps:
Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
Epiphone Valve Standard
Epiphone Valve Junior
B-52 st-100
Guitars:
Greco 1980 LP black beauty 3 pickup, emg 81TW, 81, 85
Univox les paul
Custom Stratocaster replica, emg 81 and 2 emg SA
Johnson Stratocaster
#4
the volume was at 3, but when played clean through a effects pedal.... sounds fine... so.. wtf?
#5
What effect pedals?
Gear
Schecter C1 Hellraiser FR
1967 Ventura Les Paul Copy
Marshall JCM 2000 Dual Super Lead
#6
Quote by .Jamison
What effect pedals?


zoom g1... but... it sounds fine through it and fine by itself in overdrive...

its just without overdrive.... it sounds horrible....

im hoping this wont turn into a "OMG ITS A ****ING HORRIBLE PEDAL!"
#7
Is it a small Randall amp? Because I have a small Randall practice amp lying around, and I can't get a good clean sound out my Strat, it just sounds distorted. I think there's something wrong with the speakers on mine.