#2
never used one I'm afraid. Just tinker til it sounds good!
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#4
EVERYTHING TO THE MAX!!!!

Sorry, it might help if you told us what settings are available or what pedal it is.
(Still, the answer is probably everything to the max.)
#6
gain 10, scoop the mids to like 2 or 3, bass 7-8, treb 7-8 and turn down all the knobs on ur amp lol
#7
Quote by ibanezshred503
gain 10, scoop the mids to like 2 or 3, bass 7-8, treb 7-8 and turn down all the knobs on ur amp lol



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#8
Experiment, maybe? That's how I approach new effects.

Also your guitar/amp/other effects are going to affect your tone too. So if you've not got the right gear you won't get a nice tone, simple as. Personally, I like to leave the bass down (3-5, ish) with everything else up (8-10) for metal.
#9
haha I have a Boss Metal Zone and when I get board I just send everything to the Max... you sound like your murdering people with a chainsaw... But if you want it more mellow just turn things down till you get your tone
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#10
A good THICK metal tone? You're not going to get a very thick tone with that pedal compared to pedals like the Metal Muff...
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#11
have the level at the 3rd notch, low at 10th notch, mid at 6th notch,and high all the way(if thats too much high end just take it down a little) im not someone just making suggestions i actully own the same pedal and i use these settings and if you need more low end turn up the bass on ur amp.
#12
Quote by podliver
A good THICK metal tone? You're not going to get a very thick tone with that pedal compared to pedals like the Metal Muff...

Metal muff with a top boost is decent.
while on the other hand,
Digitech death metal, is really, not appropriate for such music as it's classified in the same category as the other buzz-buzz pedals. Go for a standard distortion pedal and tune it to your needs with a combination of the pedal and the amp.
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Last edited by 68_SG at Oct 1, 2008,