#1
I'm currently playing on an Epi LP Black Beauty and a Vox AD30VT (valvetronix)
My tone right now is kinda muddy and fuzzy, and i wanna improve it. What is teh culprit? the pickups? then amp? the EQ? How should i go about improving my tone
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#2
Hmm...
I would say the amp since its #1 for producing sound.
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Hmm...
I would say the amp since its #1 for producing sound.
What pickups you got?


I got the stock epi pups right now, which i hear are pretty bad
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What's your treble? Try didn't pickup positions too, and check your tone knobs as well as any pedals you are running through if any..

Shouldn't be the pickups unless the bridge one isn't connected or something lol, you should be able to get some treble through if at all.
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#7
Check your tone knobs on your guitar. Then mess around with the EQ.
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