#2
Take a JTM45 and put the bass at 2, treble and mids at 7 or 8, and turn the volume to 7 on the high bright channel.
#4
And a 1968 Gibson SG.....
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#8
Non Master JMP everything at 10.
#10
You don't actually need to put the volume on 10. My JTM45 gets the perfect "Angus" type of crunch at 6 or 7.
#11
All you need is a marshall tube amp cranked the **** up on the clean channel
#12
Quote by al112987
You don't actually need to put the volume on 10. My JTM45 gets the perfect "Angus" type of crunch at 6 or 7.

True, but there is no such thing as overkill in my world.
#13
Quote by al112987
You don't actually need to put the volume on 10. My JTM45 gets the perfect "Angus" type of crunch at 6 or 7.


+1

At 10 there's ussually too much overdrive.

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