#1
I got an Epiphone SG G-400 with a Roland Cube amp 20x. I was wondering what configuraion was needed to make the sound of rubbing your hand on the strings louder. I tried to do the Bulls on Parade solo but I could barely hear the noice of my fingers rubbing the strings. And also what does bass, middle, treble, and gain do?
Thanks
#2
bass-give you more "thump",more off to your playing
mid-gives you a exrta thump
trebel-gives you those high ends
gain-use that on a disroted channel and you will get more crunch/distortion to yourplaying
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#3
try your gain on 6-8 and bass at 9 mids at 5.5 and trebel at 6,i not sure with a roland amp but you should get a crunchy sound with that.
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#5
for tom morellos crazy stuff, it helps to have high gain, high treble and if you have it, overdrive.
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#6
Ok thanks. One more question What should be the most common setting to have the amp set at? I have only had acoustic and everything plays on one type of sound but what are most classic rock songs played on?
#7
Quote by Splagl
Ok thanks. One more question What should be the most common setting to have the amp set at? I have only had acoustic and everything plays on one type of sound but what are most classic rock songs played on?

There is no be-all end-all setting, but for classic rock, I recommend:

Treble: 5-7
Middle: 7-10
Bass: 5-7
Gain: Varies, usually 4-8
#8
And the Cube 20X increases in gain as you go from "Overdrive" to Metal Stack"