#1
I have a fender blues deville 410 RI which i bought about 2-3 months ago. I have noticed now that at about 6 and up(out of 12) on the volume the bass get very muddy, when play the low E A and D strings in particular. This is with the bass turned down to about 5(out of 12 again) and the volume on the guitar at almost 0. I am asking if anyone has had the same problem and if it's my tubes going or what. I'm also wondering if it could be my guitar(dean ml xm, it's a pretty low end dean with buckers)
Fender MIM white strat
Fender Blues deville 410
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#3
first of all turn the volume up on your guitar, you should never have the volume that low. it probably sounds like **** through your amp that low.
#4
Quote by succi
first of all turn the volume up on your guitar, you should never have the volume that low. it probably sounds like **** through your amp that low.

i suppose i use 0 as an exaggeration, it is at a volume where it's fairly clean, as the volume goes up on the guitar it dirties, as with all guitars

tubes are stock tubes i believe, so if the previous owner never changed them about a year and 2 months old.
Fender MIM white strat
Fender Blues deville 410
Crybaby classic
bd-2 blues driver
Takamine gs330s
#5
If the tube are about a year old, if its been played alot it could be tube time. You also might wanna try some kind of overdrive in front, maybe a treble booster?!
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#6
it wasnt played all that much when the guy i bought it from had it, i do use an OD in front of it occasionally and still a bassy muddiness
Fender MIM white strat
Fender Blues deville 410
Crybaby classic
bd-2 blues driver
Takamine gs330s