#1
When I play chords, especially bar chords close to the nut/headstock such as an F, it sounds real nasal. It seems to be coming mostly from my G string. The tone really doesn't sound good at all. Some amps and amp models from my POD brings this out even more. I don't know what to do about it. Very lightly fretting that string minimizes it but it's still there. I'm playing on 81/85 EMG's, the G string is an Ernie Ball slinky light, probably an 18. Any ideas?
#2
Define "nasal" for me....do that, and I can probably help you
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#4
No, just a nasal tone, too much midrange, tone may be off a little, like it's a little sharp. It reminds me of the sound you get if you hold your nose then try to sing through it, that's why I'm saying "nasal".
#5
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No, just a nasal tone, too much midrange, tone may be off a little, like it's a little sharp. It reminds me of the sound you get if you hold your nose then try to sing through it, that's why I'm saying "nasal".



Um....cut the midrange a bit!?? Knock down the high's a smidge and pull up the bass a bit.