#1
im going into recording this weekend and the following weekend and i was wondering if there are any pedals just to tighten the sound up a bit n also clean the distortion up..

i am using my Demonizer on my practise AVT50 which supprisingly used as a sort of overdive effect does work quite well =]

just any other tips asside from the obvs "buy a new amp" since i cant afford the SLO100 or the Diezel just yet Haha

style of music is heavy metal along the lines of Broootalz but i want tone not **** haha
Im quite proud of that LOL

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#2
ummm if you're wanting that kerry king style of metal then just max your gain, cut out your mids, and pledge your loyalty to Ibliss.

if you're wanting something more toward thrash metal just crank it.
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Seriously, OD, EQ or compressor
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#4
try a boss metal zone or boss pedal check em out there great a have a few of them

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#5
play kerry king...... JUst no xD

i hate slayer n his playing is wang Haha

im looking for a really tight distortion that has that raw sound to it with out the loose bassy bottom end

so yeh ill try out ods then =]
Im quite proud of that LOL

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#6
boss metal zone...

i see im gonna get ****ing useless replies of ppl tryin to be funny 8-(

oh well thankss anyways
Im quite proud of that LOL

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#8
A TS-9 / 808 or a clone should work out well for you with the level dimed and the dirt on zero.
apparently UG's only type O-


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#10
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ummm if you're wanting that kerry king style of metal then just max your gain, cut out your mids, and pledge your loyalty to Ibliss.



cutting your mids will definately not get you k kings marshall sound. quite the opposite in fact, he boosts his mids....
#11
what is your EQ like? all my guitars sound pretty good distorted and not like shit.


Also new tubes will help out. I don't know how long you have had your amp. But I prefer Tung-Sol 12ax7 and Electro-Harmonix EL34. It made the amp a littler clearer.

And if you want to go even crazier...

A mercury magents output transformer mod is ****ing insane!
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#12
Sell it and buy a valveking, then put in a vintage 30 and tungsol + jj tubes and boost it with a bad monkey.

Seriously though, try turning down the gain a little to start with, if you're using a lot of midrange try cutting a small amount out.
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#13
When I had my TSL601 I firstly used a Tubulator OD pedal, just a clean boost though and I found that tightened up the lead channel, later I got an OD808 and once again ran it clean thru the lead channel to tighten things up, never sounded like what I wanted but cleared up the mud that is the lead channel. In the end I prefered the crunch channel with plenty of gain and the OD pedal, was more of an eighty's metal tone but much nicer.