#1
Well, i know bass (low end) gives you more of a crunch, and treble (high end) gives you more of a scream i guess you an say but what exactly does middle/midrange do?
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#2
Turn it up and down while you are playing and listen for yourself.
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#3
I'd say it gives your sound more "warmth". Like if you have the middle quite high, you can get a Santana and Gary Moore type sound. If you have it right down, it's great for metal. If I'm playing some Metallica type stuff, I have my Bass and Treble at 7, and the middle at just 2 (gain at 6 - 7).
#4
Quote by grantjames
I'd say it gives your sound more "warmth". Like if you have the middle quite high, you can get a Santana and Gary Moore type sound. If you have it right down, it's great for metal. If I'm playing some Metallica type stuff, I have my Bass and Treble at 7, and the middle at just 2 (gain at 6 - 7).
When you bring in a bass guitar, your tone will sound muddy and drowned out. Mids are what let the guitar cut through the other instruments and be heard as a unique instrument.