#1
I've got a Digitech GNX2 pedal and I love the thing to death, I'm just having one problem with it:

Whenever I use it through a stack the distortion sounds very nasaly. Are there any eqing tips that would make the tone sound less nasaly?
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#2
use the amp drive?

Try dialling in the EQ different.
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Try going direct and see if the sound i still nasally? I know if I use my effects loop on my Laney TT100H everything sounds all weird. Worth a shot to see what happens I guess?
#5
less mids and treble, roll off the tone knob on your guitar, more bass. do the eq on the gnx and leave the eq on the amp flat
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I've got a Digitech GNX2 pedal and I love the thing to death, I'm just having one problem with it:

Whenever I use it through a stack the distortion sounds very nasaly. Are there any eqing tips that would make the tone sound less nasaly?

A stack of what, pray tell?

There's no point telling us you ran it through 3 different amps unless we know what they were. Having said that you often get pretty crappy distortions from multi FX unts.
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