#2
most amps should have a clean channel.
If not, try to roll back the volume on your guitar untill the distortion fades.
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#3
No clean...?

What amp is it exactly?
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#5
we'd be able to help if we knew what amp it was.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#6
If its a small amp, dont crank it open cause its gonna saturate and create that "distortion" sound, ull have to get a better amp, or just play at lower volumes
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#9
Have you ever heard of Park?
I think I might be better off with a Marshall. I kind of want a Kurt Cobain sound. By the way I want the Boss Ds-2, I've got a Behringer Ultra Metal.
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#10
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Have you ever heard of Park? I think I might be better off with a Marshall. I kind of want a Kurt Cobain sound.

If by marshall you mean the MG series, the MG series basically is a Park amp.

So if you have a park amp, you already have a marshall MG without the marshall logo.
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#11
I'm trying to find the clean sound now.

These are the options:

* Gain 1
* Gain 2
* Treble
* Reverb
* Middle
* Bass
#12
I used to own one back in 1998.
The best you can do is have gain(1) at about 2-3, gain(2) off and your volume up until you get a reasonable level.
If you want anything better you'll need an amp upgrade.
#15
Here's how you switch to clean channel.

1) Turn amp on
2) Realize it sounds like ****, turn off
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4) Work many hours at job
5) Collect paychecks
6) Cash checks
7) Go to music store, find something you like
8) Buy
9) Take home
10) turn on clean channel


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#16
Ok, those saying the Park is a ****ty amp, here is a bit of information.

Unless you know what model Park it is, stfu. It maybe a cheap MG type of amp, but it could also be a very good piece of equipment. Park used to be a brand under which Jim Marshall distributed JTM45 amps so not to violate a distribution agreement he had with Rose-Morris.

These were single channel, dual volume/gain control amps, like all early Marshalls.