#1
So I found a killer tone with my big muff and screamin blues, then I lent the pedals to my buddy for his gigs. When I got the pedals back I can't get the tone back even with the same settings. The only thing thats changed is I tuned my guitar to Eb to make bends easier. Is that enough of a difference to make my tone dissappear?
Call me Dom
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#3
Sometimes it can just be you. i thought i had a mean as sound once. then i went to bed got up the next day and went to play it and none of the settings had changed and it sounded like utter ****. How i wish it was yesterday again
#4
New strings make a big difference.
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I give up.

#5
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Sometimes it can just be you. i thought i had a mean as sound once. then i went to bed got up the next day and went to play it and none of the settings had changed and it sounded like utter ****. How i wish it was yesterday again


+1
That happens ALOT!
#6
Ok, yea I didn't change any amp settings, I'm glad its not just me.
Call me Dom
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I don't know how to count canadians, the metric system is hard

Quote by gregs1020
well if lbj pokes his head in here and there's no nuts shit's gonna go doooooooowwwwwwwwwn.



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