#1
i just uploaded a short clip into my profile.

i was wondering what you thought about the tone...

Good for 80's rock to ozzy?

please leave comments.
#2
I would have to say no, not for 80's rock. It's a little to thick IMO. However, if you lose a little lows, add a little mids and hi's you might be where you need to be. Of course, this is just my opinon.


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#5
oh, thanks...

and just so you know,

using my frankentele, Seymour duncan SH-6 distortion bridge pickup into

marshall AVT150H, OD2, gain-10, vol-2, master vol-2

into a marshall MC212 2X12 cabinet

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#7
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i just uploaded a short clip into my profile.

i was wondering what you thought about the tone...

Good for 80's rock to ozzy?

please leave comments.


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#9
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#11
No, like they said, it's pretty fuzzed.
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#13
Well for me as long as it sounds good it's ok. But yours is way too bassy and lacks crunchiness.
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#14
huh. i'll work with some settings...

But basicly:

1: less bass

and

2: More mids/ crunchy-ness?

Would i drop the gain down a bit for said crunch? or maybe use the OD1 channel? Or EQ?
#15
Drop the gain down a smidgen, and turn up some honk in the 900-1.2khz range. Maybe cut the bass a little, but the midrange is where you tone you need lies.
#16
Crank the mids up to 10, use the OD1 channel of the AVT. You don't need anywhere near as much gain as that. That's too much gain for even a metal tone.
You need more treble aswell. It sounds like youve got a blanket over your amp.
If you can, I'd suggest turning it up as loud as you can get away with.
Those amps really open up when they're loud.
We have to use them that much at college that we all know them inside out.
Sure, they're ****ing terrible amps, but we know how to get half decent tones out of them.
And part of that is turning it up loud enough for it to open up without loads of harsh solid state clipping.
Around 4 or 5 on the master volume and it should open right up.
But yeah, less gain, more mids, less bass, more treble.
OD 1 channel, Gain about 7 (can't remember too well just how much gain the OD1 channels have, adjust to taste.), Bass 4, Mids 9, Treble 6 and you're probably there.
Keep presence around 5.
Then turn it up as loud as you can get away with, and really dig in, and it should sound ok.